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Hey,

I'm taking a gap year at the moment, as I have a deferred place at Exeter Uni to study international relations. I haven't got a reading list though, which is a shame as I'd be quite keen on getting on with some learning as I travel.

If anyone could recommend books that would be much appreciated, please.

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i’m joking, you can look at: International Relations by Joshua S. Goldstein, Jon C. Pevehouse, Tenth Edition

it’s just an introduction to international relations.
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Some good theory reads include Morgenthau, Stiglitz and Kenneth Waltz
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