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This guide will help you find resources within the field of Global Studies. It contains relevant books, journals, databases and free online resources covering disciplines like International Relations, Anthropology, Regional Studies and Human Ecology.
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Should we leave behind the subfield of International Relations?

This article considers whether political science should abandon the subfields of American politics, comparative politics, and international relations (IR), for new subfields of conflict, political economy, institutions, and behavior. The focus here is whether the field should abandon IR. The article lays out the arguments in favor of abandoning IR, describing scholarly trends that cross conventional subfield lines and are pushing to dissolve IR. Next, it argues that the costs of abandoning IR exceed the benefits, as new subfield divisions would remove some artificial walls but create new ones.



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