Combining theory, comparative politics, and international relations, Introduction to Politics provides an introduction to the subject. It covers both comparative politics and international relations, and contextualizes this material with a wide range of international examples. The text takes a balanced approached to the subject, serving as a strong foundation for further study. The material is explored in an accessible way for introductory study, but takes an analytical approach which encourages more critical study and debate. Topics range from political power and authority to democracy, political obligation, freedom, justice, political parties, institutions and states, and global political economy.
Keywords:comparative politics, international relations, political power, authority, democracy, political obligation, justice, political parties, rstate
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- 1. Introduction: The Nature of Politics and Political Analysis
- Part 1 Concepts and Ideologies Edited by by Robert Garner
- Part 2 Comparative Politics Edited by by Peter Ferdinand
- Part 3 Global Politics Edited by by Stephanie Lawson