UNDERGRADUATE SEMINAR: INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

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1 UNIVERSITY OF TÜBINGEN INSTITUTE OF POLITICAL SCIENCE CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS/ PEACE AND CONFLICT STUDIES Matthias Staisch Office hours: Tue 2-4 p.m., Wed 3-4 p.m. Office: IfP109 Phone: UNDERGRADUATE SEMINAR: INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS SYLLABUS AND BIBLIOGRAPHY OBJECTIVE This seminar provides an introduction to the academic discipline of International Relations. Its principal focus is not to teach facts about international politics but to introduce the basic concepts of and theoretical approaches to the study of international politics. Through a systematic analysis of two international issues, using models and hypotheses derived from various theories, we will practice the process of scientific inquiry. STRUCTURE AND ORGANIZATION: The seminar is composed of four sections. First, we will develop a language that allows us to address our object of study international politics in a scientific fashion, thus laying the groundwork for the generation of both descriptive and explanatory knowledge (sessions 1-4). Second, student working groups will generate and present descriptive knowledge on two international issues ( cases ) (session 5). Third, through a combination of student presentations and class discussion, we will reflect on five prominent theoretical approaches to the study of international politics (sessions 6-10). During the final phase of the seminar (sessions 11-14), we will attempt to generate explanatory knowledge by synthesizing theory and empirical observation. Specifically, we will ask which theoretical approach can contribute what to explaining each of the international issues. Every student will join two working groups: a case study group and a theory group.

2 2 The case study groups will focus on one of the following international issues: the Iraq crisis and the 2003 Iraqi War, the (temporary) suspension of the 8 th round of trade negotiations (Doha Round). Analyzing the Iraq crisis we seek to examine the explanatory power of different theoretical approaches, with special emphasis on the escalation of this conflict into a war between the United States / Great Britain and Iraq. When analyzing the suspension of the Doha round, we seek to explain non-cooperation among WTO member states, i.e. the lack of support for continued deepening of the international trade regime. Each theory group will focus on one theoretical approach. A theory is an intellectual tool that provides us with a way to organize the complexity of the world and helps us to see how phenomena are causally interrelated. Theories, which are sometimes also called models, therefore simplify reality, thus helping us to separate the important from the trivial by pointing out what we really wish to look at and what is unimportant enough to ignore. Due to the fact that there is not enough time to study every single theoretical approach in the seminar, we will basically concentrate on four schools of thought, i.e. realism, institutionalism, liberalism, and constructivism. By the end of the 10 th session every participant of the seminar will have a general knowledge of the two cases and five different theoretical approaches while he or she is an "expert" for one case and one theoretical approach. The lecture course (Tuesday, 4-6 p.m.) complements the seminar. It provides an in-depth presentation of the theories discussed in the seminar. In addition, the lecture introduces students to research methodology. Therefore, the lecture course is an integral part of the seminar and you are expected to attend it. The final written exam also covers the contents of the lecture course. WORKING-GROUP TASKS:

3 3 During the first session every student will be assigned to two working-groups: a case-study group and a theory-group. NB: For respective deadlines, please refer to the separate handout. a) Presentation of an issue Several groups are formed for each of the issues depending on the number of participants. One group has to present the issue during the fifth seminar session. The group has 30 minutes for its oral presentation followed by comments and discussion. The other groups have to deposit an approximately 10-page written summary of their case in the seminar file. The summary has to include the description of the case as well as selected materials and dates. The bibliography included in this syllabus provides a selection of articles and books which will make achieving this task easier. The presentation and handout should contain information about: the issue and its origins, the evolution of the issue and the course its management has taken, how the issue was dealt with (outcome). b) Theoretical approaches The seminar focuses on five theoretical approaches. There will be at least one working-group for each theory. The groups tasks are to: (1) carefully study the texts mentioned in this syllabus with a view to summarizing and presenting the basics of each theory (for the detailed questions to be asked see below); (2) formulate questions that were raised during the reading of the texts and the reconstruction of the theories (also taking into account the lecture course); (3) formulate general and case-specific hypotheses (see below), which can be used for the analysis of the cases; (4) carefully reflect on the contributions (or lack thereof) that a feminist perspective brings to bear on the issues raised by the respective theory. The following questions should be addressed when presenting a theory:

4 4 What are the basic assumptions concerning system? international politics and the international Does the theory identify causally relevant structures in international or domestic politics and, if so, what are they? Which actors are at the center of attention and what motivation do these actors have for their actions according to the theory? On what phenomena of international politics does the theory focus? Which hypotheses are suggested by, or could be derived from, the theory? How well does the theory seem to live up to its task of explaining contemporary international relations? What does a feminist perspective add to the propositions advanced by the theory? Which answers to the above questions result from taking a feminist perspective? One of the groups working on the same theory will present their theory of international politics to the seminar. The other group(s) will prepare a 10-page handout. Please deposit your handouts in the seminar-file by noon on Friday before the respective oral presentation to the seminar. c) Case studies During the final phase of the seminar, every issue will be analyzed through the application of the five theories (case study). Therefore, the case study working-groups meet again, now asking to what extent each theoretical approach can explain their issue. Since there is no need to present the issue itself again (this having been done during the fifth session), the presentation should focus on the application of the theories. One of the groups responsible for preparing a handout for the fifth session will now be in charge of the oral presentation. The other group(s) will again prepare a 10-page handout each. d) Overview of the seminar Session Seminar Phase Subject 1 Basic Concepts I What is international politics?

5 5 2 Basic Concepts II Analytical Concepts in Social Science Research: Actors, Environments, Patterns of Interaction and Issue Areas in International Relations 3 Basic Concepts III Explanation, Theory, and the Process of Inquiry 4 Basic Concepts IV Theoretic Challenges in Social Science Research: Levels of Analysis, Agent-Structure Problem, and the Rationalist- Constructivist Debate 5 Case Description 1) Iraq War; 2) The Politics of World Trade 6 Theories I Realism 7 Theories II Rationalist Institutionalism 8 Theories III Sociological Institutionalism 9 Theories IV Utilitarian Liberalism 10 Theories V Ideational Liberalism 11 Preparation of Case Studies 12 Case Study I Iraq War 13 Case Study II The Politics of World Trade 14 Evaluation of the Case Studies and of the Seminar SUMMARY OF SEMINAR REQUIREMENTS: Your final grade will be composed of the following elements: I. 20 % - Active participation in, and intensive preparation for, all seminar sessions all absences must be excused in advance maximum of 2 absences ( Fußball-EM included) II. 10 % - Presentation of an international issue (oral presentation or 10-page handout) in working groups (due session 5). III. 10 % - Presentation of a theory of international relations (oral presentation or 10-page handout), also in working groups (due sessions 6-10). IV. 10% - Systematic analysis of one issue through application of these theories (presentation or 10- page handout) in working groups (due sessions 12 and 13). V. 50 % - Individual research-paper (max. 15 pages, due August 15, 2004) OR final written exam (July 26).

6 6 Note on Plagiarism: It is highly unethical and will be punished severely (no Schein whatsoever plus a one-semester ban from all courses offered through the IR Center). Please make sure to deposit your handouts in the seminar-file. Please turn in one extra copy of your handout to the library supervisor. REQUIRED READING: The seminar-reader contains all required readings. In addition, there are two seminar-files: one for all "Introduction to International Relations"-Seminars containing literature that is hard to find in Tübingen, another one specifically for this seminar. SESSIONS AND READING ASSIGNMENTS: 1 st Session (April 22) Introduction Organization of the Seminar Basic Concepts I: What is international politics? Required reading: Czempiel, Ernst-Otto 2004: Internationale Beziehungen: Begriff, Gegenstand und Forschungsabsicht, in: Knapp, Manfred/Krell, Gert (Eds.): Einführung in die Internationale Politik. Studienbuch, 4th ed., München/Wien: Oldenbourg, [International Politics/Foreign Policy] (READER; K I 588/l Library desk) Walt, Stephen M. 1998: International Relations: One World, Many Theories, in: Foreign Policy 110, [On the Uses of Theory] (READER) Further reading: Czempiel, Ernst-Otto 1981: Internationale Politik. Ein Konfliktmodell, Paderborn: Schöningh,

7 9-31. [International Politics] (K I 393) 7 Hollis, Martin/Smith, Steve 1990: Explaining and Understanding International Relations, Oxford: Clarendon Press, [Development of the Discipline] (K I 650/a,b) Jackson, Robert H./Sørensen, Georg 2003: Introduction to International Relations, 2 nd ed., Oxford: Oxford University Press, [International Relations as an Academic Subject; the Great Debates] (K I 999/f) 2 nd Session (April 29) Basic Concepts II: Analytical Concepts in Social Science Research: Actors, Environments, Patterns of Interaction and Issue Areas in International Relations Required reading: Rittberger, Volker/Zürn, Michael 1990: Towards Regulated Anarchy in East-West Relations: Causes and Consequences of East-West Regimes, in: Rittberger, Volker (Ed.): International Regimes in East-West Politics, London: Pinter, 9-63, read [Conflict]. (READER; K I 539) Russett, Bruce/Starr, Harvey/Kinsella, David 2000: World Politics. The Menu for Choice, 6 th ed., Boston/New York: Bedford/St. Martin's, [Actors] (READER; K I 568/f) Schimmelfennig, Frank 1995: Debatten zwischen Staaten. Eine Argumentationstheorie internationaler Systemkonflikte, Opladen: Leske + Budrich, [Conflict and Peace] (READER; K I 819) Recommended reading: Czempiel, Ernst-Otto 1981: Internationale Politik. Ein Konfliktmodell, Paderborn: Schöningh, [Models] and [Actors] (K I 393)

8 8 Kriesberg, Louis 1998: Constructive Conflicts. From Escalation to Resolution, Lanham: Rowman&Littlefield, ch. 1. [Conflict] (K VII hb 57) Meyers, Reinhard 1997: Grundbegriffe und theoretische Perspektiven der Internationalen Beziehungen, in: Grundwissen Politik, 3 rd revised edition, Bonn: Bundeszentrale für Politische Bildung, and [Basic concepts; Actors, Processes, Structures] (D I 186/d Library desk) 3 rd Session (May 6) Basic Concepts III: Explanation, Theory and the Process of Inquiry Required reading: Van Evera, Stephen 1997: Guide to Methods for Students of Political Science, Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, [Theory; Explanation; Testing] (READER; C V 283/b,c) Wendt, Alexander 1999: Social Theory of International Politics, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, [Causality vs. Constitution, Causal Mechanisms] (READER; K I 1035) Recommended reading: Føllesdal, D./Walløe, L./Elster, J 1988: Rationale Argumentation. Ein Grundkurs in Argumentations- und Wissenschaftstheorie, Berlin: de Gruyter, [Explanation] (C VI 303/a) Hollis, Martin/Smith, Steve 1990: Explaining and Understanding International Relations, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1-16, [Explaining and Understanding] (K I 650/a,b) Opp, Karl-Dieter 1995: Methodologie der Sozialwissenschaften. Einführung in Probleme ihrer Theoriebildung und praktischen Anwendung, 3rd ed., Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag, 31-39, 63-73, [Laws, Theories; Explaining and Understanding; Testing and critiquing

9 theory] (C IV a 14/b) 9 Russett, Bruce/Starr, Harvey/Kinsella, David 2000: World Politics. The Menu of Choice, 6th ed., Boston/New York: Bedford/St. Martin's, [Testing hypotheses; Facts and Values] (K I 568/f) Waltz, Kenneth N. 1979: Theory of International Politics, New York: Random House, [Laws and theorems] (K I 545/c) Zürn, Michael 1992: Interessen und Institutionen in der internationalen Politik. Grundlegung und Anwendung des situationsstrukturellen Ansatzes, Opladen: Leske + Budrich, [Historism, Positivism, Scientific Realism] (K I 664/c,d) 4 th Session (May 13) Basic Concepts IV: Theoretic Challenges in Social Science Research: Levels of Analysis, Agent-Structure Problem, and the Rationalist-Constructivist Debate Required Reading: Hollis, Martin 1994: The Philosophy of Social Science. An Introduction, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, [Agency-Structure] (READER; C VI 322) Russett, Bruce/Starr, Harvey/Kinsella, David 2000: World Politics. The Menu for Choice, 6th ed., Boston/ New York: Bedford/ St. Martin's, [Levels of Analysis] (READER; K I 568/f) Jupille, Joseph/Caporaso, James/Checkel, Jeffrey T. 2003: Integrating Institutions: Rationalism, Constructivism, and the Study of the European Union, in: Comparative Political Studies 36: 1/2, 7-40, read only. [Rationalist-Constructivist Debate] ] (READER; Z 98)

10 Recommended reading: 10 Adler, Emanuel 2002: Constructivism and International Relations, in: Carlsnaes, Walter/Risse, Thomas/Simmons, Beth A. (Eds.): Handbook of International Relations, London: Sage, [Constructivism] (A V 163) Fearon, James/Wendt, Alexander 2002: Rationalism v. Constructivism: A Skeptical View, in: Carlsnaes, Walter/Risse, Thomas/Simmons, Beth A. (Eds.): Handbook of International Relations, London: Sage, [Rationalist-Constructivist Debate] (READER; A V 163) Singer, J. David 1961: The Levels-of-Analysis Problem in International Relations, in: World Politics 14:1, [Levels of Analysis] (Z 480) Snidal, Duncan 2002: Rational Choice and International Relations, in: Carlsnaes, Walter/Risse, Thomas/Simmons, Beth A. (Eds.): Handbook of International Relations, London: Sage, [Rationalism] (A V 163) Waltz, Kenneth N. 1965: Man, the State, and War: A Theoretical Analysis, New York/London: Columbia University Press, [Levels of Analysis] (K I 88) Wendt, Alexander 1987: The Agent-Structure Problem in International Relations Theory, in: International Organization 41: 3, (Z 224) 5 th Session (May 27) Presentation of an international issue Required reading for everyone: Iraq War 2003 To be announced

11 WTO Doha 11 Bhagwati, Jagdish 2004: Don't Cry for Cancun, in: Foreign Affairs 83: 1, (Z 160) Wilkinson, Rorden 2004: Single Undertaking, Double Jeopardy - The Perils and Pitfalls of a Conclusion to the Doha Development Agenda, Paper Presented at the 45th Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, Montreal, (Seminar File) 6 th Session (June 3) Theories I: Realism Required reading for everyone: Dunne, Tim/Schmidt, Brian C. 2001: Realism, in: Baylis, John/Smith, Steve: The Globalization of World Politics: An Introduction to International Relations, 2 nd ed., Oxford: Oxford University Press, (READER; K I 924/d) Krasner, Stephen D. 1993: Sovereignty, Regimes, and Human Rights, in: Rittberger, Volker (Hg.): Regime Theory and International Relations, Oxford: Clarendon Press, (READER; K I 733) Required reading for the working group and recommended reading for everyone: Brooks, Stephen G. 1997: Dueling Realisms, in: International Organization 51:3, (Z 224) Grieco, Joseph 1997: Realist International Theory and the Study of World Politics, in: Doyle, Michael/Ikenberry, G. John (Eds.): New Thinking in International Relations Theory, Boulder, Colo.: Westview, (K I 967) Hasenclever, Andreas/Mayer, Peter/Rittberger, Volker 1997: Theories of International Regimes, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (K I 933/a,b)

12 12 Hedinger, Sandra 2000: Frauen über Krieg und Frieden, Frankfurt/M./ New York: Campus, ch. 9. (K VII ea 37) Krell, Gert 1996: Feminismus und Internationale Beziehungen, in: Zeitschrift für Internationale Beziehungen 3:1, (Z 610) Mearsheimer, John J. 2001: The Tragedy of Great Power Politics, New York: W.W. Norton & Co., (K I 1131) Snyder, Glenn H. 1996: Process Variables in Neorealist Theory, in: Frankel, Benjamin (Ed.): Realism. Restatements and Renewal, London: Frank Cass, (K I 903) Tickner, J.Ann 1992: Gender in International Relations: Feminist Perspectives on Achieving Global Security, New York: Columbia University Press, ch. 2. (K I 789) Waltz, Kenneth N. 1979: Theory of International Politics, New York: Random House, (K I 545/c) Further Reading: Grieco, Joseph M. 1988: Anarchy and the Limits of Cooperation. A Realist Critique of the Newest Liberal Institutionalism, in: International Organization 42:3, (Z 224) Jervis, Robert 1998: Realism in the Study of World Politics, in: International Organization 52:4, (Z 224) Kindleberger, Charles P. 1981: Dominance and Leadership in the International Economy. Exploitation, Public Goods, and Free Rides, in: International Studies Quarterly 25:2, (Z 345) Kapstein, Ethan B./Mastanduno, Michael 1999: Unipolar Politics. Realism and State Strategies After the Cold War, New York: Columbia University Press (K I 1104).

13 13 Legro, Jeffrey/Moravcsik, Andrew 1999: Is Anybody Still a Realist?, in: International Security 24: 2, (Z 231) Schweller, Randall L./Priess, David 1997: A Tale of Two Realisms: Expanding the Institutions Debate, in: Mershon International Studies Review 41:1, (Z 345) Snidal, Duncan 1985: The Limits of Hegemonic Stability Theory, in: International Organization 39:4, (Z 244) Waltz, Kenneth N. 2000: Structural Realism after the Cold War, in: International Security 25:1, (Z 231) 7 th Session (June 17) Theories II: Rationalist Institutionalism Required reading for everyone: Keohane, Robert O. 1989: Neoliberal Institutionalism. A Perspective on World Politics, in: Keohane, Robert O.: International Institutions and State Power. Essays in International Relations Theory, Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, (READER; K I 580/a,b) Donnelly, Jack 1986: International Human Rights: A Regime Analysis, in: International Organization 40: 3, (READER; Z 224) Required reading for the working group and recommended reading for everyone: Hasenclever, Andreas/Mayer, Peter/Rittberger, Volker 1997: Theories of International Regimes, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (K I 933/a,b) Levy, Marc A./Young, Oran R./Zürn, Michael 1995: The Study of International Regimes, in:

14 14 European Journal of International Relations, 1:3, 1995, (Z 145) Keohane, Robert O. 1991: International relations theory: contributions of a feminist standpoint, in: Grant, Rebecca/ Newland, Kathleen (Hg.): Gender and international relations, Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, (C VII 36) Krell, Gert 1996: Feminismus und Internationale Beziehungen, in: Zeitschrift für Internationale Beziehungen 3:1, (Z 610) Zürn, Michael 1992: Interessen und Institutionen in der internationalen Politik. Grundlegung und Anwendung des situationsstrukturellen Ansatzes, Opladen: Leske + Budrich, (K I 664/c,d) Further reading: Keck, Otto 1997: Der Beitrag rationaler Theorieansätze zur Analyse von Sicherheitsinstitutionen, in: Haftendorn, Helga/Keck, Otto (Eds.): Kooperation jenseits von Hegemonie und Bedrohung, Baden-Baden: Nomos, (K I 932) Keohane, Robert O. 1984: After Hegemony. Cooperation and Discord in the World Political Economy, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, (K I 458/a,b) Keohane, Robert O./Nye, Joseph S., Jr. 1998: Power and Interdependence in the Information Age, in: Foreign Affairs 77, (Z 160) Krasner, Stephen D. (Ed.) 1983: International Regimes, Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. (K I 430/c) Martin, Lisa L./Simmons, Beth A. 1998: Theories and Empirical Studies of International Institutions, in: International Organization 52:4, (Z 244) Mayer, Peter/Rittberger, Volker/Zürn, Michael 1993: Regime Theory. State of the Art and

15 15 Perspectives, in: Rittberger, Volker (Ed.): Regime Theory and International Relations, Oxford: Clarendon Press, (K I 733/b,c) Nye, Joseph S. 1999: Understanding International Conflicts. An Introduction to Theory and History, 3., New York: Longman, (K I 767/b) Onuf, Nicholas Greenwood 2002: Institutions, Intentions and International Relations, in: Review of International Studies 28:2, (Z 618) Wallander, Celeste A./Keohane, Robert O. 1999: Risk, Threat, and Security Institutions, in: Haftendorn, Helga/Keohane, Robert O./Wallander, Celeste A. (Eds.): Imperfect Unions. Security Institutions over Time and Space, Oxford: Oxford University Press, (K II 587) 8 th Session (June 24) Theories III: Sociological Institutionalism Required reading for everyone: Weldes, Jutta 1996: Constructing National Interests, in: European Journal of International Relations 2: 3, (READER; Z 145) Risse, Thomas 2000: The Power of Norms versus the Norms of Power: Transnational Civil Society and Human Rights, in: Florini, Ann M. (Ed.): The Third Force. The Rise of Transnational Civil Society, Tokyo: Japan Center for International Exchange, (READER; K I 1099) Required reading for the working group and recommended reading for everyone: Checkel, Jeffrey T. 1998: The Constructivist Turn in International Relations Theory, in: World Politics 50:2, (Z 480)

16 16 Finke, Barbara 2003: Feministische Ansätze, in: Schieder, Siegfried/ Spindler, Manuela (Ed.): Theorien der Internationalen Beziehungen, Opladen: Leske+ Budrich, (K I 1174/a/b) Finnemore, Martha/Sikkink, Kathryn 1998: International Norm Dynamics and Political Change, in: International Organization 52:4, (Z 224) Hasenclever, Andreas/Mayer, Peter/Rittberger, Volker 1997: Theories of International Regimes, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (K I 933/a,b) Krell, Gert 1996: Feminismus und Internationale Beziehungen, in: Zeitschrift für Internationale Beziehungen 3:1, (Z 610) Risse, Thomas 2000: "Let's Argue!" Communicative Action in World Politics, in: International Organization 54:1, (Z 224) Wendt, Alexander 1992: Anarchy is What States Make of It. The Social Construction of Power Politics, in: International Organization 46:2, (Z 145) Further Reading: Adler, Emanuel 1997: Seizing the Middle Ground. Constructivism in World Politics, in: European Journal of International Relations 3:3, (Z 145) Finnemore, Martha 1996: National Interests in International Society, Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1-33 and (K I 899) Guzzini, Stefano 2000: A Reconstruction of Constructivism in International Relations, in: European Journal of International Relations 6:2, (Z 145) Jacobsen, John Kurt 2003: Duelling Constructivisms: A Post-mortem on the Ideas Debate in Mainstream IR/IPE, in: Review of International Studies 29:1, (Z 618)

17 17 Locher, Birgit/Prügl, Elisabeth 2001: Feminism and Constructivism: Worlds Apart or Sharing the Middle Ground?, in: International Studies Quarterly 45:1, (Z 345) March, James G./Olsen, Johan P. 1999: The Institutional Dynamics of International Political Orders, in: Katzenstein, Peter J./Keohane, Robert O./Krasner, Stephen D. (Eds.): Exploration and Contestation in the Study of World Politics, Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, (K I 1021) Ruggie, John Gerard 1998: What Makes the World Hang Together? Neo-utilitarianism and the Social Constructivist Challenge, in: International Organization 52:4, (Z 224) Sampson, Aaron Beers 2002: Tropical Anarchy: Waltz, Wendt, and the Way We Imagine International Politics, in: Alternatives 27: 4, (Seminarordner) Smith, Steve 2001: Reflectivist and Constructivist Approaches to International Theory, in: Baylis, John/Smith, Steve: The Globalization of World Politics: An Introduction to International Relations, 2nd ed., Oxford: Oxford University Press, (K I 924/b) Wendt, Alexander 1999: Social Theory of International Politics, Cambridge, Mass.: Cambridge University Press. (K I 1035) 9 th Session (July 1) Theories IV: Utilitarian Liberalism Required reading for everyone: Dunne, Tim 2001: Liberalism, in: Baylis, John/Smith, Steve: The Globalization of World Politics: An Introduction to International Relations, 2 nd ed., Oxford: Oxford University Press, (K I 924/b) Moravcsik, Andrew 2000: The Origins of Human Rights Regimes: Democratic Delegation in

18 18 Postwar Europe, in: International Organization 54: 2, (READER; Z 224) Required reading for the working group and recommended reading for everyone: Caprioli, Mary 2000: Gendered Conflict, in: Journal of Peace Research 37:1, (Z 244) Doyle, Michael W. 1997: Ways of War and Peace: Realism, Liberalism, and Socialism, New York: W.W. Norton, ch. 8, esp (K I 922) Krell, Gert 1996: Feminismus und Internationale Beziehungen, in: Zeitschrift für Internationale Beziehungen 3:1, (Z 610) Moravcsik, Andrew 1997: Taking Preferences Seriously: A Liberal Theory of International Politics, in: International Organization 51:4, ( Z 244) Müller, Harald/Risse-Kappen, Thomas 1993: From the Outside In and from the Inside Out: International Relations, Domestic Politics, and Foreign Policy, in: Skidmore, David/Hudson, Valerie M. (Eds.): The Limits of State Autonomy. Societal Groups and Foreign Policy Formulation, Boulder/San Francisco/Oxford: Westview Press, (K I 710/a,b) Russett, Bruce 1996: Why Democratic Peace? in: Brown, Michael/Lynn-Jones, Sean/Miller, Steven (Eds.): Debating the Democratic Peace, Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, , read and (K VII cb 29/b) Russett, Bruce 1998: A Neo-Kantian Perspective: Democracy, Interdependence and International Organizations in Building Security Communities, in: Adler, Emanuel/Barnett, Michael (Eds.): Security Communities, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (K VII hb 42) Further reading: Czempiel, Ernst-Otto 1998: Friedensstrategien. Eine systematische Darstellung

19 19 außenpolitischer Theorien von Machiavelli bis Madariaga, 2nd ed., Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag, (K VII ca 38/i) Gaubatz, Kurt Taylor 1996: Democratic States and Commitment in International Relations, in: International Organization 50:1, (Z 244) Huth, Paul K./Allee, Todd L. 2002: The Democratic Peace and Territorial Conflict in the Twentieth Century, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (K I 1165) Moravcsik, Andrew 2003: Liberal International Relations Theory: A Scientific Assessment, in: Elman, Colin/Elman, Miriam Fendius (Hg.): Progress in International Relations Theory. Appraising the Field, Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, (K I 1183) Oneal, John R./Russett, Bruce 1999: The Kantian Peace: the Pacific Benefits of Democracy, Interdependence and International Organizations, , in: World Politics 52:1, 1-37 (Z 480) Ray, James Lee 1995: Democracy and International Conflict. An Evaluation of the Democratic Peace Proposition, Columbia, S.C.: University of South Carolina Press. (K VII b 46) Russett, Bruce/Starr, Harvey 2000: From Democratic Peace to Kantian Peace. Democracy and Conflict in the International System, in: Midlarsky, Manus I. (Ed.): Handbook of War Studies, Ann Arbor: Michigan University Press, 2, (K VII 25/2) Skocpol, Theda 1987: Bringing the State Back In: Strategies of Analysis in Current Research, in: Evans, Peter B./Rueschemeyer, Dietrich/Skocpol, Theda (Eds.): Bringing the State Back In, 4th ed., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (D II 994) Zacher, Mark W./Matthew, Richard A. 1995: Liberal International Theory: Common Threads, Divergent Strands, in: Kegley, Charles W., Jr. (Ed.): Controversies in International Relations Theory: Realism and the Neoliberal Challenge, New York: St. Martin's Press, (K I 812)

20 20 10 th Session (July 8) Theories V: Ideational Liberalism Required reading for everyone: Suganami, Hidemi 1989: The Domestic Analogy and World Order Proposals, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ch. 2. (READER; K I 627) Schimmelfennig, Frank 2003: The EU, NATO and the Integration of Europe. Rules and Rhetoric, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ch. 5. (READER; K III ma 75) Required reading for the working group and recommended reading for everyone: Checkel, Jeffrey T. 1998: The Constructivist Turn in International Relations Theory, in: World Politics 50:2, (Z 480) Finke, Barbara 2003: Feministische Ansätze, in: Schieder, Siegfried/ Spindler, Manuela (Hg.): Theorien der Internationalen Beziehungen, Opladen: Leske+ Budrich, [K I 1174/a u.b] Hasenclever, Andreas/Mayer, Peter/Rittberger, Volker 1997: Theories of International Regimes, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (K I 933/a,b) Hedinger, Sandra 2000: Frauen über Krieg und Frieden, Frankfurt/M./ New York: Campus, ch. 9. (K VII ea 37) Kahl, Colin H. 1999: Constructing a Separate Peace: Constructivism, Collective Liberal Identity, and Democratic Peace, in: Security Studies 8: 1, (Seminar File) Krell, Gert 1996: Feminismus und Internationale Beziehungen, in: Zeitschrift für Internationale Beziehungen 3:1, (Z 610)

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