Complexity theory, systems thinking and international relations

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Bousquet, Antoine; Curtis, S.;
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Subject: polsoc

The concepts, language and methods of complexity theory have been slowly making their way into international relations (IR), as scholars explore their potential for extending our understanding of the dynamics of international politics. In this article we examine the pro... View more
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