Welcome to the international relations category. Here you can find ebooks on various aspects of the subject, in different formats.
International relations is of interest to those who study and work in a variety of disciplines, including politics, NGOs, economics, and more. The field looks at behaviour that occurs across state boundaries, such as foreign policy, war, terrorism, diplomacy, and trade.
For this reason, Kortext offers a variety of digital materials, spanning a range of relevant topics. Many of our international relations ebooks have been published in the last few years, meaning they are not only up to date, but also relevant to today’s society, modern views of historical events, and current theories. We have broken the category down into these three different sections below, to help you find the right ebook for you.
Historical international relations: researching major, historical international events can help understand how international relations have developed between different countries. Examples of this can be seen in topics such as the cold war, American foreign policy, failed states, Irish republicanism, and the end of Yugoslavia, amongst a multitude others.
Modern-day international relations: modern international relations practices adapt to changing societies, however, it is possible to find a great number of helpful resources if you would like to study current events. For instance, in the Kortext digital collection, you can find ebooks on twenty-first century Europe, intelligence, security, current parliamentary issues, China’s global strategy, Haiti’s dictatorships, and much more.
International relation theories: those studying international relations may also need to learn about general theories such as post-structuralism, gender theories, and alternative approaches to international relations.
For more information, browse this section or try searching by author or title. With over 500,000 digital books to choose from, we’re sure you’ll find the ebook for you. Enjoy reading!