Table of contents for International relations theory : a critical introduction / Cynthia Weber.

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 Table of Contents
1.	Introduction: Culture, Ideology and the Myth Function in IR Theory
2. Realism: Is international anarchy the permissive cause of war?
Lord of the Flies
3.	Idealism: Is there an international society?
Independence Day
4.	Constructivism: Is anarchy what states make of it?
Wag the Dog
5.	Gender: Is gender a variable?
Fatal Attraction
6.	Globalization: Have we reached the end of history?
The Truman Show
7. (Neo)Marxism: Is Empire the new world order?
8. Modernization and Development Theory: Is there a clash of civilizations?
East is East
9. Conclusion: What does it all mean?

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

International relations -- Philosophy.