"This is an interdisciplinary study of how power, security, polarity and the primacy of sovereign states play out in an international context that has witnessed the rise of non-state actors. It provides an updated analysis of the complex relationship of anarchy, power and politics by addressing issues of self-defense in a unipolar order"--Provided by publisher.
- Publication Date:
- 15 / 12 / 2009
- 147 x 223 x 20mm
Self Defense in International Relations
I loved how simply written, well organized and informative this book is. It's academic quality makes for a must-read for anyone interested in legal, theoretical and political aspects of self defense in international relations.