This volume brings together 19 original chapters, plus four substantive introductions, which collectively provide a unique examination of the issues of science, technology, and art in international relations. The overarching theme of the book links global politics with human interventions in the world: We cannot disconnect how humans act on the world through science, technology, and artistic endeavors from the engagements and practices that together constitute IR. There is science, technology, and even artistry in the conduct of war--and in the conduct of peace as well. Scholars and students of international relations are beginning to explore these connections, and the authors of the chapters in this volume from around the world are at the forefront.
About the Author:
J.P. Singh is Professor of International Commerce and Policy at Schar School of Policy and Government, George Mason University, USA.
Madeline Carr is Associate Professor of International Relations and Cyber Security at University College London, UK.
Renée Marlin-Bennett is Professor of Political Science at Johns Hopkins University, USA.