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Building a Foundation for International Relations
International Relations enables students to form a framework for analyzing the complex and constantly changing information that comprises our increasingly interconnected world. Opening students’ eyes to the positive and negative events that occur across the globe every day, authors Jon Pevehouse and Joshua Goldstein offer a strong foundation in current global affairs, with insight into topics like foreign assistance in the developing world, the changing nature of war, and global poverty levels. The Brief Seventh Edition explores themes of international relationships from economic, social, and political standpoints. Through human scale stories that touch on broader themes such as war and peace, humans and their environment, poverty and development, and more, International Relations provides students with relatable material to understand international relations.
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Jon C.W. Pevehouse is Professor of Political Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is an award-winning teacher and scholar. His research interests focus on international political economy, foreign policy, and international organizations. He is currently the editor of the leading professional journal in the field, International Organization. He received his BA from the University of Kansas and his PhD from Ohio State University.
Joshua S. Goldstein is Professor Emeritus of International Relations, American University (Washington, DC) and Research Scholar, University of Massachusetts-Amherst. He is an award-winning scholar who has written and spoken widely on war and society, including war's effects on gender, economics, and psychological trauma). His book War and Gender won the International Studies Association's "Book of the Decade" award.