The gap between academics and practitioners in international
relations has widened in recent years, according to the authors of
this book. Many international relations scholars no longer try to
reach beyond the ivory tower and many policymakers disdain
international relations scholarship as arcane and irrelevant.
Joseph Lepgold and Miroslav Nincic demonstrate how good
international relations theory can inform policy choices.
Globalization, ethnic conflict, and ecological threats have created
a new set of issues that challenge policymakers, and cutting-edge
scholarship can contribute a great deal to the diagnosis and
handling of potentially explosive situations.
Subjects: Political Science
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