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Political Theory and International Relations
Charles R. Beitz
With a new afterword by the author

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Preface vii
Introduction 3
Part One. International Relations as a State of Nature 11
1. The Skepticism of the Realists 15
2. The Hobbesian Situation 27
3. International Relations as a State of Nature 35
4. The Basis of International Morality 50
5. From International Skepticism to the Morality of States 63
Part Two. The Autonomy of States 67
1 . State Autonomy and Individual Liberty 71
2. Nonintervention, Paternalism, and Neutrality 83
3. Self-determination 92
4. Eligibility, Boundaries, and Nationality 105
5. Economic Dependence 116
6. State Autonomy and Domestic Social justice 121
Part Three. International Distributive justice 125
1. Social Cooperation, Boundaries, and the Basis of justice 129
2. Entitlements to Natural Resources 136
3. Interdependence and Global Distributive justice 143
4. Contrasts between International and Domestic Society 154
5. The Rights of States 161
6. Applications to the Nonideal World 169
Conclusion 177
Afterword 185
Works Cited 221
Index 237

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