Bringing together the latest scholarship from a global group of expert contributors, this guide offers a comprehensive examination of the English School approach to the study of international relations.
- Explains the major ideas of the British Committee on International Relations, including the idea of and institutions connected to an international society, the emerging notion of world society, and order within international relations
- Describes the English School’s methods of analyzing themes, trends, and dilemmas
- Focuses on the historical and geographical expansion of international society, and particularly on the effects of colonization and imperialism
- Serves as an essential reference for students, researchers, and academics in international relations
Keywords: International Relations, British Committee on International Relations, world politics, international order, colonization and imperialism, decolonization, international system, geographic expansion of international society, world society, IR theory, Pluralist-Solidarist debate, Martin Wight, normative IR theory, international affairs, diplomacy, balance of power, international law, democracy, international relations, the English School in IR, English School of international relations, English School methodology, European international society, European Studies, English School political theory, international relations theory, international society, international affairs, British Committee on International Relations, world society, world order, political sociology, colonization, colonisation, imperialism, European Studies, European politics, political theory, political history, political diplomacy, international law, SSIP, English School Section of the International Studies Association, comparative politics