KEITH SHIMKO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS PDF

Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Engaging and highly accessible, this reader-friendly text features broad coverage of key principles of international relations, providing a thorough introduction to the discipline while avoiding excessive detail and complexity. International Relations: Perspectives, Controversies, and Readings, Fifth Edition, explores essential concepts such as power politics, war and democracy, human nature, free trade, inequality, globalization, humanitarian intervention, and terrorism.

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Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Engaging and highly accessible, this reader-friendly text features broad coverage of key principles of international relations, providing a thorough introduction to the discipline while avoiding excessive detail and complexity. International Relations: Perspectives, Controversies, and Readings, Fifth Edition, explores essential concepts such as power politics, war and democracy, human nature, free trade, inequality, globalization, humanitarian intervention, and terrorism.

Each chapter features brief, topical coverage presented within a debate framework, challenging you to think critically, consider diverse perspectives, and apply what you have learned to real-world scenarios. The author also includes current, relevant primary source readings, giving you firsthand exposure to the materials and ideas shaping international relations today.

Thoroughly revised, the Fifth Edition of this popular text features updated content in nearly every chapter, including the most recent statistics, research, trends, theories, and examples drawn from today's headlines, including chemical weapons in Syria, the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, and the debate over climate change and global resources. Read more Read less.

Review "I prefer Shimko because a its length is shorter than most other texts, not drowning students in less important information; and b it is better-written than most other texts because the author addresses students in the second person, and c important questions are addressed in a way that is understandable to introductory-level students.

It is concise, but deep enough to allow students to engage fully without being intimidated by heft or haughtiness. Keith L. Shimko, Ph. He has taught Introduction to International Relations since and has won several school and university-wide teaching awards.

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Review this product Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. Verified Purchase. I'm renting this for my international politics class, and I like it so far. It has the information that would cover the basic understanding of politics. The content is simply to understand at college level reading. Recommend to rent, not buy unless you prefer to!! This arrived in great quality. Very happy with it. Quite helpful for international relations class.

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International Relations : Perspectives, Controversies and Readings, International Edition

This innovative presentation of international relations provides introductory students with a foundation of knowledge to help them understand the broader historical context and the multiple perspectives that apply to this field. The first chapter surveys the development of international relations, focusing on the emergence and evolution of the modern state. The second chapter introduces major perspectives, both classic and new, that influence thinking about the issues. Each of the following 11 topical chapters explores an enduring and important argument in the field. A four-part structure in each chapter assists students in systematic, critical thinking regarding international affairs. Every chapter begins with a historical overview of the issue at hand, including its origins, evolution, and current status.

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No eBook available CengageBrain. Keith L. Shimko, Ph. He has taught Introduction to International Relations since and has won several school and university-wide teaching awards.

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