Student Book Features: Human Rights and International Law

Student Book Features: Human Rights and International Law

The realist view of law and human rights is rapidly going out of fashion. In its place liberal, constructivist and critical theories have come to the fore.

Student Feature – Spotlight on the WTO and its Appellate Body Crisis

Student Feature – Spotlight on the WTO and its Appellate Body Crisis

The WTO is known for its robust dispute settlement mechanism, but this procedure is threatened by the blocking of appointments to its appellate body.

Student Feature – Religion and Politics

Student Feature – Religion and Politics

Both history and contemporary events remind us that religion can have a political impact on individuals, nations and international society.

Student Book Features: Comparative Politics

Student Book Features: Comparative Politics

Students embarking on a degree in IR will usually need to become familiar with the broader aspects of political science as an academic discipline. These books will help.

Student Book Features: Four Ways into Political Philosophy

Student Book Features: Four Ways into Political Philosophy

Buying a good textbook to help navigate any subject is essential. Each of the texts discussed here brings students to the discipline via a different route.

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