Nothing stands still in the world of international politics and that is also true of theories about international politics. This chapter examines some of the ideas that compose the domain of international political theory, with the aim, as in other chapters in this book, of presenting an up-to-date overview and guide to further study. I give special attention to ideas about global justice because they are increasingly central to that domain. And because the history of international political thought continues to be a lively area of inquiry, I give some attention to recent work in that area as well.
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