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International Relations TheoriesDiscipline and Diversity

International Relations Theories: Discipline and Diversity (4th edn)

Tim Dunne, Milja Kurki, and Steve Smith
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p. xxiiGuided Tour of the Online Resource Centrelocked

p. xxiiGuided Tour of the Online Resource Centrelocked

  • Tim Dunne,
  • Milja Kurki
  •  and Steve Smith

The Online Resource Centre that accompanies this book provides students and instructors with ready-to-use teaching and learning materials. These resources are free of charge and designed to maximize the learning experience.

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For Students

Revision Guide

Key points that summarize the most important arguments developed within each chapter topic.

p. xxiiiImportant Websites

Annotated web links, organized by issue area, have been provided to point you in the direction of different theoretical debates, important treaties, working papers, articles, and other relevant sources of information.

Flashcard Glossary

A series of interactive flashcards containing key terms and concepts has been provided to test your understanding of International Relations theory terminology.

For Lecturers

PowerPoint Slides

These complement each chapter of the book and are a useful resource for preparing lectures and handouts. They allow lecturers to guide students through the key concepts and can be fully customized to meet the needs of the course.p. xxiv