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  1. The Human Condition of Politics: Considering the Legacy of Hans J. Morgenthau for International Relations.Felix Rösch - 2013 - Journal of International Political Theory 9 (1):1-21.
    Classical realism and Morgenthau in particular have recently experienced a revived interest in International Relations . The evolving debate has helped to contextualise and reconstruct Morgenthau's thought which until now had been misrepresented in structural realist and early poststructuralist interpretations. However, despite all of its achievements, we have yet to draw more attention to Morgenthau's contribution to contemporary IR theory. To contribute to the closing of this research gap this article considers a set of questions which Morgenthau himself asked at (...)
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  • Book Review: Beyond Globalization: Capitalism, Territoriality and the International Relations of Modernity, Written by Hannes LacherBook Review: Marxism and World Politics: Contesting Global Capitalism, Written by Alexander Anievas. [REVIEW]Daniel R. McCarthy - 2014 - Historical Materialism 22 (3-4):477-504.
    This article will discuss the ongoing development of a Marxist theory of international relations. Examining the work of Hannes Lacher and that of the contributors toMarxism and World Politicsreveals an overarching concern amongst this group of scholars to engage with the central concerns of the discipline of International Relations – the nature of the state, anarchy, and war. Their analysis provides an excellent starting point for the development of a Marxist approach to international relations.
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  • Reframing Development Theory: The Significance of the Idea of Uneven and Combined Development.Fouad Makki - 2015 - Theory and Society 44 (5):471-497.
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