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Realism and the Liberal Tradition

The International Relations Theory of Whittle Johnston



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Author Biography

Whittle Johnston lived from 1927 to 1996, serving on the faculty of the School of International Service at American University, USA, Swarthmore College, USA, Johns Hopkins University, USA, and the University of Virginia, USA. He published on a wide variety of subjects in journals such as the Journal of Politics, Orbis, and The National Interest, but his main concern was always the enduring problem of maintaining order with justice in a world environment often driven by concerns of power. His works on E.H. Carr, Woodrow Wilson, and American policy in the Cold War all carried this stamp. David Clinton is Professor and Chair of Political Science at Baylor University, USA. He has held appointments at Tulane University, USA, Colgate University, USA, Kansas State University, USA, Hamilton College, USA, and Union College, USA, and has served as a visiting scholar at St. Andrews University, Scotland, and at the University of Wales at Aberystwyth. He is the author of Tocqueville, Lieber, and Bagehot: Liberalism Confronts the World and The Realist Tradition and Contemporary International Relations. Stephen Sims is a Lecturer in Political Science at Baylor University, USA, who has written on the relationship of political philosophy and international relations theory. In addition to publishing several essays with the Classics of Strategy and Diplomacy project, he is working on a current book manuscript with the working title of "Justice, Prudence, and Foreign Relations in Aristotle's Political Thought."
Release date Australia
July 23rd, 2018
Edited by David Clinton Edited by Stephen Sims
Illustrations, black and white
Palgrave MacMillan
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