Critical theorists discuss both the promise and the pitfalls of their work on world politics. Chapters consider the history and future of critical international relations theory, its relationship to democracy and realism, feminist perspectives, deliberative politics, and international mediation. An introductory chapter locates critical theory within broader trends in social theory and international relations. Critiques of other traditions in international relations are also included
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