Publisher: Palgrave USA
Number of pages: 234
Weight: 440 g
Dimensions: 216 x 140 x 15 mm
Edition: 2006 ed.
'This is a valuable contribution to the 'English School' of which Hedley Bull was a leading founder. The editors have assembled a first rate group of commentators on the work of Bull. The volume is a major assessment of The Anarchical Society three decades on.' - Professor Robert Jackson, Boston University, USA
'The anarchical society...offer[s] much that continues to be of great value for the study of IR.' - Rita Floyd, International Affairs
'This book is a very useful companion to Bull's as it introduces Bull to a gloablised world and scrutinises his ideas in depth.' - Alex J. Bellamy, Political Studies Review
'While the volume does not offer a solution to these issues, it does provide a number of ways of thinking about them afresh, in addition to others Bull raised. It can therefore be recommended to those interested in the English School or sociological approaches to IR and, indeed, to all advance students of the theory and practice of internatinal politics.' - Millennium Journal of International Studies
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