An Introduction to International Relations

Australian Perspectives

An Introduction to International Relations

Introduction to International Relations: Australian Perspectives provides comprehensive coverage of its subject while capturing distinctively Australian perspectives and concerns. Designed for undergraduate students this textbook brings together leading Australian scholars to present lively introductory analyses of the theories, actors, issues, institutions and processes that animate international relations today. Introduction to International Relations: Australian Perspectives introduces students to the main theoretical perspectives before covering an extensive range of topics with historical, practical and normative dimensions.


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'Developed as an undergraduate course book, this text … carries the potential to be a textbook not only for IR in general, but also for courses on politics, international security, international law and globalisation. … this book deserves to be read especially by students of IR because of its encyclopedic nature and its ability to discuss Australian politics along with general IR topics.' Political Studies Review

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George, Jim 1994, Discourses of global politics: a critical (re)introduction to international relations, Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers. The most important book published in the context of the ‘third great debate’; captures the complexity of the discipline.
Griffiths, Martin (ed.) 2005, Encyclopedia of international relations and global politics, London: Routledge. Indispensable resource with entries on all major and minor topics.
Griffiths, Martin , and O'Callaghan, Terry 2002, International relations: the key concepts, London: Routledge. Useful resource that defines key terms.
Smith, Steve , Booth, Ken and Zalewski, Marysia (eds) 1996, International theory: positivism and beyond, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Valuable overview of the discipline on the seventy-fifth anniversary of the Department of Politics at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth.
There are also a number of academic journals you should acquaint yourself with. I mention only a few of the most important ones here. International Organization, International Studies Quarterly and World Politics from the US; Review of International Studies, International Affairs and Survival from the UK; Australian Journal of International Affairs and Global Change, Peace and Security from Australia. There are also several important journals that reflect the ‘critical turn’, Millennium (UK), Alternatives: Global, Local, Political (Canada/India) and Borderlands (Australia).

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Burke, Anthony 2001a, In fear of security: Australia's invasion anxiety, Sydney: Pluto Press. Superb account of the theories and practices that have shaped Australia's foreign and defence policies since Federation.
Cotton, James, and Ravenhill, John 2007, Trading on alliance security: Australia in world affairs, 2001–2005, Melbourne: Oxford University Press. Tenth and latest volume in the ‘Australia in world affairs’ series which provides a very useful resource that traces Australian defence, foreign and trade policies.
Evans, Gareth, and Grant, Bruce 1991 Australia's foreign relations in the world of the 1990s, Melbourne: Melbourne University Press. Important statement of Australia's place in the world by one of the country's most thoughtful and eminent foreign ministers.

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Burchill, Scott et al 2005, Theories of international relations, third edition, London: Palgrave. Comprehensive exposition of the major international relations theories, many of whose contributors are Australian or have studied or taught in Australia.
George, Jim 1994, Discourses of global politics: a critical (re)introduction to international relations, Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers. One of the few single-authored texts to provide an overview of contemporary theories of international relations.
Steans, Jill and Pettiford, Lloyd with Diez, Thomas 2005, Introduction to international relations: themes and perspectives, second edition, Harlow: Pearson Longman. Excellent introduction to the different theoretical perspectives in international relations.

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Gray, John 1995 Liberalism, second edition, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. A concise historical outline of liberal political thought.
Kegley, Charles W. Jr. (ed.) 1995, Controversies in international relations theory; realism and the neoliberal challenge, New York: St Martin's Press. Contains a number of very useful chapters on contemporary liberalism.
Keohane, Robert O. 1989, International institutions and state power; essays in international relations theory, Boulder: Westview. A collection of chapters by one of the leading neoliberal theorists of international relations.
Richardson, James L. 2001, Contending liberalisms in world politics: ideology and power, Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers. An extended set of reflections on the theory and practice of liberalism in international relations.
Russett, Bruce 1993, Grasping the democratic peace: principles for a post-Cold War world, Princeton: Princeton University Press. Presents an incomparable overview of liberal institutional theory on the democratic peace.

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Donnelly, Jack 2000, Realism and international relations, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Excellent overview of realist scholarship from Thucydides onwards.
Lieven, Anatol and Hulsman, John 2006, Ethical realism, New York: Pantheon Books. Fierce critique of the Bush administration from a realist perspective.
Waltz, Kenneth 1959, Man, the state and war, New York: Columbia University Press. Erudite statement of how classical realism addresses the causes of war.
Waltz, Kenneth 1979, Theory of international politics, New York: Random House. Landmark book announcing and outlining the key tenets of neorealism.

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Hardt, M. and Negri, A. 2000, Empire, Cambridge: Harvard University Press. Popular and contentious reworking of some Marxist themes in the context of globalisation.
Kubālkovā, V. and Cruickshank, A. A. [1985] 1989, Marxism and international relations, Oxford: Clarendon Press. Useful account of Marxism's continuing value.
Linklater, A. 1990a, Beyond realism and Marxism: critical theory and international relations, London: Palgrave Macmillan. Contains an excellent exposition of Marxism's strengths and weaknesses as an approach to international relations.
Marx, K. and Engels, F. 1967, The communist manifesto, Harmondsworth: Penguin. One of the most powerful, insightful, prescient and widely read political tracts ever written.

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Enloe, Cythia 1990, Bananas, beaches and bases: making feminist sense of international politics, Berkeley: University of California Press. Modern classic that answers the question, ‘where are the women in international relations?’
Pettman, Jan Jindy 1996, Worlding women: a feminist international politics, Sydney: Allen & Unwin. Important feminist analysis written by an Australian scholar.
Steans, Jill 2006, Gender and international relations: issues, debates and future directions, second edition, Cambridge: Polity Press. Excellent introductory study of the various dimensions of gender in international relations.

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Der Derian, James and Shapiro, Michael J. (eds) 1989, International/intertextual relations: postmodern readings of world politics, Lexington: Lexington Books. One of the first comprehensive collections to deal with postmodern contributions to international relations scholarship.
Devetak, Richard 2005b, ‘Postmodernism’, in Scott Burchill , Andrew Linklater , Richard Devetak , Jack Donnelly , Matthew Paterson , Christian Reus-Smith and Jacqui True (eds), Theories of international relations, third edition, London: Macmillan. The most concise – and compelling – analysis of postmodern contributions to international relations. Written by an Australian scholar.
George, Jim 1994, Discourses of global politics: a critical (re)introduction to international relations, Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers. An early contribution to postmodern debates, written by an Australian scholar, but still one of the most interesting single-authored treatments of postmodernism.
Lyotard, Jean-François 1984, The postmodern condition: a report on knowledge, trans. Geoffrey Bennington and Brian Massumi, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. Perhaps the most influential and authoritative statement on postmodernism.

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Adler, Emanuel 2005, Communitarian international relations, London: Routledge. Contains a number of essays designed to clarify the constructivist project in international relations.
Cox, Robert W. , and Sinclair, Timothy 1995, Approaches to world order, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Extremely readable and useful volume; contains a helpful introduction on the neo-Gramscian project.
Devetak, Richard 2005a, ‘Critical Theory’ in Scott Burchill , Andrew Linklater , Richard Devetak , Jack Donnelly , Matthew Paterson , Christian Reus-Smith and Jacqui True (eds), Theories of international relations, third edition, London: Macmillan. One of the best resources for getting a good, all-round grasp on what is at stake.
George, Jim 1994, Discourses of global politics: a critical (re)introduction to international relations, Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers. Excellent summary and critical review of what's at stake between Critical Theory and ‘critical theories’.
Held, David 1980, Introduction to Critical Theory, Berkeley: University of California Press. Good book-length introduction to Frankfurt School Critical Theory.
Honneth, Axel 2005, ‘A social pathology of reason: on the intellectual legacy of critical theory’ in Fred Rush (ed.), The Cambridge companion to critical theory, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Great summary of core motifs and contemporary challenges faced by critical theory.
Reus-Smit, Christian 1999, The moral purpose of the state: culture, social identity, and institutional rationality in international relations, Princeton: Princeton University Press. Very readable and informative constructivist account of historical changes in international society by an Australian scholar.
Wendt, Alexander 1999, Social theory of international politics, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Most important statement yet of constructivist international relations theory.

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Beitz, C. 1979, Political theory and international relations, Princeton: Princeton University Press. Early attempt to apply Rawls's insights to international relations.
Linklater, A. 1998, The transformation of political community: ethical foundations of the post-Westphalian era, Cambridge: Polity Press. Important attempt to outline a cosmopolitan theory of international relations.
Pogge, T. 2002, World poverty and human rights: cosmopolitan responsibilities and reforms, Cambridge: Polity Press. Impressive philosophical account of universal obligations to alleviate poverty.
Walzer, M. 1994, Thick and thin: moral argument at home and abroad, Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press. Important exposition of communitarian ethics.

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Camilleri, Joseph , and Falk, Jim 1992, The end of sovereignty? Aldershot: Edward Elgar. Superb wide-ranging analysis and critique of the sovereign state.
Hall, John , and Ikenberry, G. John 1989, The state, Milton Keynes: Open University Press. Very useful introduction and overview.
Hinsley, F. H. 1986, Sovereignty, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Indispensable, classic account of the sovereign state's origins and evolution.
Krasner, Stephen 1999, Sovereignty: organized hypocrisy, Princeton: Princeton University Press. Stimulating and engaging analysis of sovereignty from a realist perspective.
Van Creveld, Martin 1999, The rise and decline of the state, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Superb historical account of the rise and evolution of the modern state.

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Gurr, Ted R. 2000, Peoples versus states: minorities at risk in the new century, Washington DC: United States Institute of Peace Press. Wide-ranging analysis of ethnic and nationalist conflicts since the 1990s.
Hutchinson, John and Smith, Anthony (eds) 1994, Nationalism, Oxford: Oxford University Press. Valuable collection that includes some classics in the field.
Hutchinson, John and Smith, Anthony (eds) 1996, Ethnicity, Oxford: Oxford University Press. Valuable collection on the topic of ethnicity.
Mayall, James 1990, Nationalism and international society, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Important book on the role of nationalism from an international relations perspective.
Pick, Daniel 1993, War machine: the rationalisation of slaughter in the modern age, New Haven: Yale University Press. A historical account of war with interesting observations on its relationship to nationalism.

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Acharya, A. 2001, Constructing a security community in Southeast Asia: ASEAN and the problem of regional order, London and New York: Routledge. Important work of constructivist security theory focused on Asia-Pacific politics and institutions.
Booth, K. (ed.) 2005, Critical security studies and world politics, Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers. Comprehensive statement of the Welsh School of emancipatory critical security studies.
Burke, A. 2007a, Beyond security, ethics and violence: war against the other, London: Routledge. Example of recent writing on security and war influenced by poststructuralism and critical theory, applied to Middle East and East Asian issues.
Collins, A. 2007, Contemporary security studies, Oxford: Oxford University Press. Comprehensive textbook to the field.
Fierke, K. 2007, Critical approaches to international security, Oxford: Polity. Excellent guide to the range of critical approaches.
Tickner, J. A. 1992, Gender in international relations: feminist perspectives on achieving global security, New York: Columbia University Press. Landmark feminist work on global and human security.

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Butfoy, Andrew 2005, Disarming proposals: controlling nuclear, biological and chemical weapons, Sydney: UNSW Press. Concise and very useful overview of weapons of mass destruction and the problems facing attempts to restrict them.
Larsen, Jeffrey A. (ed.) 2002, Arms control: cooperative security in a changing environment, Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers. Edited collection examining arms control in all its aspects, including useful chapters on conventional weapons.
Sagan, Scott and Waltz, Kenneth 2003, The spread of nuclear weapons: a debate renewed, New York: W. W. Norton & Co. Sagan argues for the elimination of nuclear weapons, while Waltz counters with a realist proposal to allow the spread of nuclear weapons to selected countries.
Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, The SIPRI yearbook 2006: armaments, disarmaments and international security, Oxford: Oxford University Press. Excellent resource, updated annually, reviewing global and regional security developments and listing armaments holdings of key states.

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Clausewitz, Carl von 1989, On war, trans. Michael Howard and Peter Paret, Princeton: Princeton University Press. Classic and indispensable treatise that shaped modern understandings of war and strategy.
Freedman, Lawrence 1998, The revolution in strategic affairs, Adelphi Paper 318, Oxford: Oxford University Press for the Institute for Strategic Studies. Excellent analysis that emphasises the political rather than technological factors in contemporary warfare.
Kaldor, Mary 1999, New and old wars: organised violence in a global era, Stanford: Stanford University Press. Controversial account of how globalisation has changed the character of warfare.

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Best, G. 1994, War and law since 1945, Oxford: Clarendon Press. The most comprehensive account of international humanitarian law since 1945.
Johnson, J. T. 1999, Morality and contemporary warfare, New Haven: Yale University Press. Excellent account of ‘just war’ thinking grounded in the tradition's history.
Walzer, M. 1977, Just and unjust wars: a philosophical argument with historical illustrations, New York: Basic Books. Modern classic account of the ‘just war’ tradition.

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Barker, J. Craig 2000, International law and international relations, London: Continuum. An introductory international relations text on international law, which includes clear explanations of how the various international relations theories view international law.
Beck, Robert J. , Arend, Anthony Clark and Vander Lugt , Robert D. (eds) 1996, International rules: approaches from international law and international relations, Oxford: Oxford University Press. Useful guide to alternative theoretical approaches to international law.
Blay, S. , Piotrowicz, R. and Tsamenyi, B. M. 1997, Public international law: an Australian perspective, Melbourne: Oxford University Press. Australian textbook on international law.
Brownlie, Ian 2002, Documents in international law, fifth edition, Oxford: Oxford University Press. General collection of international legal documents.
Byers, Michael (ed.) 2000, The role of law in international politics, Oxford: Oxford University Press. Essays by leading writers on aspects of the political functioning of international law.
Malanczuk, P. 1997, Akehurst's modern introduction to international law, seventh review edition, London and New York: Routledge. Introductory textbook on international law often used by political scientists as well as law students.
Sands, P. 2005, Lawless world: America and the making and breaking of global rules, Camberwell: Penguin. Provocative critique of the Bush and Blair administrations' attitudes towards international law by an eminent international lawyer.

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Bellamy, Alex (ed.) 2006, International society and its critics, Oxford: Oxford University Press. Excellent collection of essays, both sympathetic and critical, on the English School's notion of international society.
Bull, Hedley and Watson, Adam (eds) 1984, The expansion of international society, Oxford: Clarendon Press. Large and indispensable collection of essays on the expansion of international society from its European origins to its global limits.
Keal, P. 2003, European conquest and the rights of indigenous peoples: the moral backwardness of international society, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Expanded version of the argument presented here.
Keene, Edward 2002, Beyond the anarchical society: Grotius, colonialism and order in world politics, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Valuable historical account of tensions between two types of international order promoted by international society: toleration and civilisation.
Linklater, Andrew and Suganami, Hidemi 2006, The English School of international relations: a contemporary reassessment, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Impressive assessment of the English School's contribution to the study of international relations by two leading theorists.

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Acharya, Amitav 2001, Constructing a security community in Southeast Asia: ASEAN and the problem of regional order, London & New York: Routledge. Theoretically informed account of the process and problems of building the ASEAN security community.
Kingsbury, Damien 2005, South-East Asia: a political profile, Melbourne: Oxford University Press. Useful introduction to political, security, and economic issues in the region.
Tarling, Nicholas 2001, Southeast Asia: a modern history, Melbourne: Oxford University Press. Very informative, if slightly outdated, account of the region and its history.

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Crockatt, Richard 1995, The fifty years war: the United States and the Soviet Union in world politics, 1941–1991, London: Routledge. Systematic and thorough assessment of Soviet-American relations in the broader context of international relations.
Gaddis, John Lewis 2005, The Cold War: a new history, New York: Penguin. The doyen of American Cold War history here provides a concise but comprehensive account of the diplomatic and military manoeuvring.
Oberdorfer, Don 1998, revised edition, From the Cold War to a new era, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. Best single overview of the events of the end of the Cold War written by a senior Washington Post journalist.
Walker, Martin 1993, The Cold War and the making of the modern world, London: Fourth Estate. Erudite overview of the history benefiting from Walker's experiences as The Guardian's Moscow correspondent during the final years of the USSR.

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Narlikar, A. 2005, The World Trade Organization: a very short introduction, Oxford: Oxford University Press. A short and accessible introduction to the WTO.
O'Brien, R., Goetz , Anne Marie , Scholte, Jan Aart and Williams, Marc 2000, Contesting global governance, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Presents a detailed examination of the relationship between the IMF, World Bank, WTO and environmental, labour and women's movements.
Woods, N. 2006, The globalizers: the IMF, the World Bank and their borrowers, Ithaca: Cornell University Press. Examines the effects of IMF and World Bank lending in Africa, Mexico, and Russia.

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Capling, Ann 2001, Australia and the global trade system: from Havana to Seattle, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. An excellent account of Australia's place in the global trading system.
Capling, Ann 2005, All the way with the USA: Australia, the US and free trade, Sydney: UNSW Press. A succinct analysis of the recently negotiated free trade agreement between Australia and the US.
Gilpin, Robert 2001, Global political economy: understanding the international economic order, Princeton: Princeton University Press. A comprehensive account of the history and competing ideologies of international political economy.

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Helleiner, Eric 1994, States and the reemergence of global finance, Ithaca: Cornell University Press. Classic text tracing the evolution of the politics of the post-war global financial system, clashes between key states, and the transition to more market-driven forms of power.
Sinclair, Timothy J. 2005, The new masters of capital, Ithaca: Cornell University Press. Traces the emergence and importance of bond-rating agencies in global finance that have the power to punish and reward governments and corporations.
Watson, Matthew 2007, The political economy of international capital mobility, London: Palgrave. Walks the reader through key theories of financial markets and shows their importance through case studies of crisis and change.
Key international relations journals that commonly discuss global finance include: International Organisation, International Politics, International Studies Quarterly, New Political Economy, Review of International Political Economy, and World Politics.

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Centre for the Study of Global Governance 2001–, Global civil society yearbook, London: Sage. Compiles commentary and data on the role of INGOs in global politics. Available online at www.lse.ac.uk/Depts/global/correspondents.htm.
International Labour Organisation 2004, Report of the World Commission on the Social Dimensions of Globalization, Geneva: ILO. Collection of papers on social aspects of globalisation, including the role of MNCs housed under the heading ‘Knowledge Networks’ at www.ilo.org/public/english/fairglobalization/.
United Nations Conference on Trade and Development 1991–, World investment report, New York: United Nations, www.unctad.org, housed under the heading ‘Main publications’. A mine of information on all aspects of MNCs, including their role in international politics.
United Nations Development Programme 1990–, Human development report, New York: United Nations, http://hdr.undp.org/reports/. Invaluable resource for debates on global issues affected by INGOs and MNCs.
World Economic Forum: www.weforum.org. The WEF site provides an archive of conference statements dating back to 2003 under the title ‘Knowledge Navigator’.
World Social Forum: www.forumsocialmundial.org.br. The WSF English version contains a ‘Library of Alternatives’, effectively an archive of WSF perspectives since 2001.

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Berger, Mark T. 2004, The battle for Asia: from decolonization to globalization, London: Routledge Curzon. Provides a detailed overview of the history of the theory and practice of international development from the end of World War II down to the Asian financial crisis of 1997 and beyond.
Berger, Mark T. and Weber, Heloise (forthcoming), Rethinking the Third World: international development and world politics, London: Palgrave. Provides a much more elaborate and detailed discussion of the key themes raised in this short chapter on global poverty and inequality.
McMichael, Philip 2004, Development and social change: a global perspective, third edition, Thousand Oaks: Pine Forge Press. Engaging and accessible account of the history of development that challenges the reader to rethink problematic assumptions about development.
Rahnema, Majid with Bawtree, Victoria (eds) 1997, The post-development reader, London: Zed Books. Unconventional collection of essays on development and poverty; challenging and inspiring.

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Burchill, S. 2000, ‘Resisting neoliberalism: a bibliography of intellectual self-defence’, The Australian Financial Review (Review Section), 21 July, http://scottburchill.net/shorthistory.html. Wide-ranging review of the criticism of neoliberalism in the Australian context.
Goodman, J. and Ranald, P. (eds) 1999, Stopping the juggernaut: public interest versus the multilateral agreement on investment, Annandale: Pluto Press. Series of accounts regarding the various forms of public opposition to the MAI in Australia.
Held, David 2004, ‘Globalisation: the dangers and the answers’, openDemocracy, www.opendemocracy.net/debates/article-6-27-1918.jsp#. Detailed statement of how cosmopolitan democracy would differ from neoliberal globalisation.
Stiglitz, J. 2002, Globalization and its discontents, London: Penguin Books. Insider's view of the issues surrounding the policies of international financial institutions.

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Kepel, Gilles 2003, Jihad: the trail of political Islam, Cambridge, MA: Belknap Press. Provocative argument that the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001, rather than demonstrating the growing power of militant Islam, demonstrate its decline.
Roy, Olivier 2004, Globalized Islam: the search for a new ummah, New York: Columbia University Press. A broad-ranging and informative account of the globalisation of Islam.
Saikal, Amin 2003, Islam and the West: conflict or cooperation, New York: Palgrave. A good examination of the relationship between Islam and the West by an Australian scholar.

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Burke, Jason 2003, Al-Qaeda: casting a shadow of terror, London: I. B. Tauris. Measured and insightful analysis of the origins and motives of al-Qaeda.
Guelke, Adrian 2006, Terrorism and global disorder, London: I. B. Tauris. Useful overview of how global forces unleashed since the end of the Cold War have changed the nature of terrorism and turned it into a new organising principle in international politics.
Horgan, John 2005, The psychology of terrorism, London: Routledge. Accessible yet thorough examination of the complex mix of individual, group and social forces that shape the evolution of terrorist personalities.
Richardson, Louise 2006, What terrorists want: understanding the terrorist threat, London: John Murray Publishers. One of the most up-to-date and wide-ranging introductory analyses of terrorism in its historical and modern forms.
Sageman, Marc 2004, Understanding terror networks, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. Explores the socio-psychological reasons why people join terrorist networks like al-Qaeda.

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Anderson, Mary 1999, Do no harm: how aid can support peace – or war, Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers. Important – if controversial – account of humanitarian options in conflict zones.
Duffield, Mark 2001, Global Governance and the new wars: the merging of development and security, London: Zed Books. Critical analysis of the impact of globalisation and global governance on contemporary conflict.
ICISS 2001, The responsibility to protect: report of the International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty, Ottawa: International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty. Highly influential report that helped reshape debate about humanitarian intervention.
Wheeler, Nicholas , 2000, Saving strangers: humanitarian intervention in international society, Oxford: Oxford University Press. One of the most important books published on the topic; examines the circumstances under which armed intervention in a sovereign state is legitimate.

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Dunne, T. and Wheeler, N. (eds) 1999, Human rights in global politics, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Excellent collection comprising various theoretical perspectives.
Forsythe, D. 2000, Human rights in international relations, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Very good overview of human rights.
Langlois, A. 2001, The politics of justice and human rights: Southeast Asia and universalist theory, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Theoretically informed account of human rights and cultural difference by an Australian scholar.
Shue, H. 1980, Basic rights, Princeton: Princeton University Press. Excellent philosophical defence of human rights.

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Castles, Stephen and Miller, Mark J. 2003, The age of migration, Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan. Useful account of migration in an age of globalisation.
Gibney, Matthew J. 2004, The ethics and politics of asylum: liberal democracy and the response to refugees, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Important theoretically informed account of how liberal democratic states (Australia, Germany, UK, US) deal with refugees.
Jupp, James 2002, From White Australia to Woomera: the story of Australian immigration, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Good historical account of immigration and refugee policy in Australia.
Zolberg, Aristide , Suhrke, Astri and Aguayo, Sergio 1989, Escape from violence, Oxford: Oxford University Press. Historically and sociologically informed account of refugee flows.

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Bernstein, Steven 2001, The compromise of liberal environmentalism, New York: Columbia University Press. A constructivist analysis of the history of the discourse of sustainable development debate, showing how the discourse has been constrained by the requirements of capitalist economics.
Clapp, Jennifer and Dauvergne, Peter 2005, Paths to a green world: the political economy of the global environment, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Examines the relationship between economic globalisation and the environment, including trade, investment and finance, with a particular focus on developing countries.
World Watch Institute 2005. State of the world 2005: redefining global security, Washington: World Watch Institute. Explores the underlying sources of global insecurity including poverty, infectious disease, environmental degradation, and rising competition over oil and other natural resources.
World Watch Institute, online feature: ‘Climate Change: Climate Change Resources’ available at www.worldwatch.org/node/3950#7. Provides a rich variety of online resources on climate change, from the science of global warming to activists' networks such as the Climate Activist Network.

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Diehl, P. F. (ed.) 2001, The politics of global governance, Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers. Good, wide-ranging collection of chapters on growing influence of international organisations.
Thakur, Ramesh 2006, The United Nations, peace and security, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Important account of the UN's changing role in relation to the use of force in international relations.
Weiss, T. G. , Forsythe, D. P. and Coate, R. A. 2001, The United Nations and changing world politics, third edition, Boulder: Westview. Useful and regularly updated account of the UN and how it meets contemporary challenges.

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Abbott, Chris 2005, ‘Rights and responsibilities: resolving the dilemma of humanitarian intervention’, available at www.oxfordresearchgroup.org.uk/publications/briefing_papers/pdf/rightsresponsibilities.pdf.
Acharya, A. 2001, Constructing a security community in Southeast Asia: ASEAN and the problem of regional order, London and New York: Routledge.
Adler, Emanuel 2005, Communitarian international relations, London: Routledge.
Adler, Emanuel and Barnett, Michael (eds) 1998, Security communities, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Adler, Emanuel , Buzan, Barry and Dunne, Tim 2005, ‘Forum: constructivism and the English School’, Millennium: Journal of International Studies 34(1).
Adorno, Theodor W. [1966] 1992, Negative Dialektik, Frankfurt: Suhrkamp.
Agamben, G. 1998, Homo sacer: sovereign power and bare life, Stanford: Stanford University Press.
Alagappa, M. (ed.) 1998, Asian security practice, Stanford: Stanford University Press.
Alger, C. 2002, ‘The emerging roles of NGOs in the UN system: from Article 71 to a People's Millennium Assembly’, Global Governance 8(1).
Alperovitz, G. 1995, The decision to use the atomic bomb and the architecture of an American myth, New York: Alfred A. Knopf.
Amin, Samir 1990, Delinking: towards a polycentric world, London: Atlanta Highlands.
Amin, Samir 2006, ‘The Millennium Development Goals: a critique from the South’, Monthly Review 57(10): 1–15.
Anderson, Benedict 1991, Imagined communities, revised edition, London: Verso.
Anderson, Mary 1999, Do no harm: how aid can support peace – or war, Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers.
Anheier, H. and Katz, H. 2004, ‘Network approaches to global civil society’ in Mary Kaldor , Helmut Anheier and Marlies Glasius (eds), Global civil society 2004/5, London: Centre for the Study of Global Governance/Sage Publications.
Annan, Kofi 2000, We the peoples: the role of the United Nations in the 21st century, Millennium Report of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, New York: United Nations.
Annan, Kofi 2005, Millennium Development Goals Report, www.undp.org/mdg/.
APEC Secretariat, www.apecsec.org.sg/apec/about_apec/apec_secretariat.html.
ASEAN 1967, Asean Bangkok Declaration, Thailand, 8 August, www.aseansec.org/3628.htm.
Ashley, Richard 1981, ‘Political realism and human interests’, International Studies Quarterly 25(2): 204–36.
Ashley, Richard 1984, ‘The poverty of neorealism’, International Organisation 38(2): 225–86.
Ashley, Richard 1986, ‘The poverty of neorealism’ in Robert O. Keohane (ed.), Neorealism and its critics, New York: Columbia University Press.
Ashley, Richard 1989, ‘Living on border lines: man, poststructuralism, and war’ in James Der Derian and Michael Shapiro (eds), International/intertextual relations: postmodern readings of world politics, Lexington: Lexington Books.
Ashley, Richard and Walker, R. B. J. 1990, ‘Speaking the language of exile: dissident thought in international studies’, International Studies Quarterly, special issue 34(3): 259–68.
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