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Political Studies and Policy and Development Studies: POLS 304,303 & 308 READINGS 2016&2017

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Reading list 2017: POLS 308



1.  Cox, Robert W. 1981. “Social Forces, States and World Orders: Beyond International Relations Theory”, in Millennium: Journal of International Studies, Vol.10, Issue 2, pp.126-155

2. Moravcsik, Andrew. No date. “Liberalism and International Relations Theory”, Working Paper No. 92-6. Harvard University.

3. Yongjin, Zhang. 2001. “System, empire and state in Chinese international relations”, in Review of International Studies, Vol.27, pp.43-63

4. Ayoob, Mohammed. 2002. “Inequality and Theorizing in International Relations: The Case for Subaltern Realism”, in International Studies Review, Vol. 4, No.3, (Autumn, 2002), pp.27-48.

5. Nkiwane, Tandeka C. 2001. “Africa and International Relations: Regional Lessons for a Global Discourse”, in International Political Science Review, Vol. 22, No.3, pp.279-290.

6. Smith, Karen. 2009. “Has Africa got anything to say? African contributions to the Theoretical Development of International Relations”, in The Round Table, Vol. 98, No.402, pp. 269-284.

7. Brown, William. 2006. “Africa and International Relations: a comment on IR theory, anarchy and statehood”, in Review of International Studies, Vol. 32, Issue 1, pp.119-143.

8. Brown, Oli, Anne Hammill and Robert McLeman. 2007. “Climate Change as the ‘New’ Security Threat: Implications for Africa”, in International Affairs, Vol.83, No.6, Africa and Security (Nov.2007), pp.1141-1154.

9. Williams, Paul D. 2007. “Thinking about security in Africa”, in International Affairs, Vol. 83, No.6, Africa and Security (Nov.2007), pp.1021-1038.

10. Krahmann, Elke. 2005. “American Hegemony or Global Governance? Competing visions of International Security”, in International Studies Review, Vol.7, No.4, (Dec 2005), pp.531-545.

11. Beitz, Charles. 1975. “Justice and International Relations”, in Philosophy and Public Affairs, Vol.4, No.4, (Summer, 1975), pp.360-389.

12Sikkink, Kathryn. 1998. “Transnational Politics, International Relations Theory, and Human Rights”, in PS: Political Science and Politics, Vol. 31, No.3, (Sep 1998), pp. 516-523

13Straus, Scott. 2012. “Wars do End! Changing Patterns of Political Violence in Sub-Saharan Africa”, in African Affairs, Vol.111, No.443, pp. 179-201.

14. Junio, Timothy J. 2013. “How Probable is Cyber War? Bringing IR Theory Back In to the Cyber Conflict Debate”, in Journal of Strategic Studies, Vol. 36, Issue 1, pp125-133.

15. Roberts, Adam. 1993. “Humanitarian War: Military Intervention and Human Rights”, in International Affairs, Vol.69, No.3, pp. 429-449.

16. Bellamy, Alex J. 2008. “The Responsibility to Protect and the Problem of Military Intervention”, in International Affairs, Vol.84, No. 4 (Jul.2008), pp. 615-639.

17. Lee, Pak K. and Lai-Ha Chan. 2016. “China’s and India’s perspectives on military intervention: why Africa but not Syria?”, in Australian Journal of International Affairs, Vol.70, Issue 2, pp. 179-214.

18. Verhoeven, Harry, CSR Murthy & Ricardo Soares de Oliveira. 2014. “’Our identity is our currency’: South Africa, the responsibility to protect and the logic of African intervention”, in Conflict, Security and Development, Vol. 14, No.4, pp. 509-534.

19. WTO, 2013. World Trade Report: Factors Shaping the Future of World Trade. World Trade Organisation: Geneva.

20Brooks, Andrew. 2012. “Stretching global production networks: The international second-hand clothing trade”, in Geoforum, Volume 44, pp.10-22

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