Professor Eun Yong-soo Publishes a Book Related to International Relations Theory Through Routledge
<Going beyond Parochialism and Fragmentation in the Study of International Relations> presents limitations and alternatives to western-centered international relations
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Professor Eun Yong-soo from the Department of Political Science and International Studies recently published a book based on his studies related to international political theory through Routledge, a British publishing house.
In his latest book, Going beyond Parochialism and Fragmentation in the Study of International Relations, Professor Eun presents limitations and alternatives to the already existing Western-centered theories of international politics. McGill University’s Professor T. V. Paul who is also a former president of the International Studies Association and Professor Colin Wight from the University of Sydney both took part in the publication of Professor Eun’s book.
Founded in 1836, Routledge currently has more than 20 SSCI-level Humanities and Social Sciences journals.
Meanwhile, as a professor in the Department of Political Science and International Relations, Professor Eun Yong-soo has published his papers as an independent author for all the official journals from the world’s four major political science and diplomacy societies: the American Political Science Association (APSA), the International Studies Association (ISA), the Political Studies Association (PSA), and the British International Studies Association (BISA). He has also been researching international political theory and postcolonialism.
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