Amrita Narlikar / Daniel Drezner

International relations: the ‘how not to’ guide

International Affairs | Oxford University Press | 2022


  • The International Affairs centenary special issue, edited by GIGA President Prof. Narlikar and Prof. Drezner, is a ‘how not to’ guide for international relations. It brings together 14 experts examining historic failures and how policy practitioners and researchers can get it right together.

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    Edition

    5

    Series

    International Affairs

    Series Number

    5

    Series ISSN

    1468-2346

    Series Volume

    98

    Publisher

    Oxford University Press

    Volume

    98

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