"Can scholars and students of international relations and world politics concentrate their studies on a different set of theoretical questions than those that were preeminent from 1648 until the end of the Cold War? This book does an excellent job of raising that very issue, with significant contributions from case studies and, more important, interesting theoretical essays." -- American Political Science Review
About the Author
Gene M. Lyons is professor emeritus of government at Dartmouth College. Michael Mastanduno is associate professor of government at Dartmouth College.