Table of Contents:
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction: One Discipline, Many Histories / Nicolas Guilhot
  • 1. Morality, Policy, and Theory: Reflections on the 1954 Conference / Robert Jervis
  • 2. Tensions Within Realism: 1954 and After / Jack Snyder
  • 3. The Rockefeller Foundation Conference and the Long Road to a Theory of International Politics / Brian C. Schmidt
  • 4. The Speech Act of Realism: The Move That Made IR / Ole Wæver
  • 5. The Realist Gambit: Postwar American Political Science and the Birth of IR Theory / Nicolas Guilhot
  • 6. Kennan: Realism as Desire / Anders Stephanson
  • 7. American Hegemony, the Rockefeller Foundation, and the Rise of Academic International Relations in the United States / Inderjeet Parmar
  • 8. Realism and Neoliberalism: From Reactionary Modernism to Postwar Conservatism / Philip Mirowski
  • Appendix 1. Conference on International Politics, May 7--8, 1954
  • Appendix 2. The Theoretical and Practical Importance of a Theory of International Relations / Hans J. Morgenthau
  • Appendix 3. The Moral Issue in International Relations / Reinhold Niebuhr
  • Appendix 4. International Relations Theory and Areas of Choice in Foreign Policy / William T. R. Fox
  • Appendix 5. The Implications of Theory for Practice in the Conduct of Foreign Affairs / Paul Nitze
  • Appendix 6. Theory of International Politics: Its Merits and Advancement / Arnold Wolfers
  • List of Contributors
  • Index

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