By Daniel W. Drezner
What might occur to foreign politics if the useless rose from the grave and began to consume the residing? Daniel Drezner's groundbreaking e-book solutions the query that different diplomacy students were too scared to invite. Addressing well timed concerns with analytical chew, Drezner seems to be at how recognized theories from diplomacy will be utilized to a struggle with zombies. Exploring the plots of renowned zombie movies, songs, and books, Theories of foreign Politics and Zombies predicts life like situations for the political degree within the face of a zombie risk and considers how valid--or how rotten--such eventualities may possibly be.
This newly revived version contains big updates all through in addition to a brand new epilogue assessing the position of the zombie analogy within the public sphere.
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