Title: International Relations
Shiraev and Zuboks' International Relations is a fantastic resource. I could envision it being used at both the undergraduate and graudate levels. It is well written and has a sound layout that makes it very easy to both teach from and to study. Moreover, I would argue that the book is "entertaining" to read in that it has plenty of illustrative examples which bring the text to life. Students would readily see the applications of what they are learning outside of the confines of the classroom. Another attribute that I liked about this textbook is the great combination between historic and contemporary examples. This makes comparing and contrasting situations, over the centuries, much more easy. In all, I would give this book my absolutely strongest recommendation.
(Last edited at: 2016-11-03 14:42:11)
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