This book has explored the nature of international political life by engaging with the theories and ideas of a range of individuals. Each chapter has focused on a few central theorists, although always in relation to a wider body of literature, drawn from IR theory, international law and ethics. The insights from these thinkers arise from a number of different historical, regional and cultural contexts. As such, they provide their insights into contemporary political life in ways that are not always obvious and do not necessarily lead to straightforward conclusions.
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