International Relations CSS Syllabus Suggested Readings

  1. World Politics: Trend and Transformation, Ninth Edition – Charles W. Kegley JR. and Eugene R Wittkopf

  2. Understanding International Relations, Second Edition –  Chris Brown

  3. Politics Among Nations – Hans j. Morgenthau 

  4. International Politics: A Framework for Analysis – Holsti, K.J.

  5. Contemporary Security and Strategy – Craig A. Snyder (ed.)

  6. The Globalization of World Politics: An Introduction to International Relations – John Baylis and Stev

  7. Games Nations Play, Seventh Edition – John Spanier

  8. Essentials readings in World Politics – Karen Mingst 

  9. World in Collision: Terror and the Future of Global Order – Ken Booth and Tim Dunne, ed

  10. Theory of International Politics – Kenneth N. Waltz 

  11. Theories of International Relations – Scott Burchill and Andrew Linklater

  12. The Cause of Wars – Michael Howard 

  13. Politics of Nuclear Weapons in South Asia – Bhumitra Chakma, ed

  14. The Twenty Year’s Crisis; 1919-1939:An Introduction to the Study of International Relation – E.H. Carr

  15. Bomb Scare: The History and Future of Nuclear Weapons – Joseph Cirincione

  16. Arms Control: The New Guide to Negotiations and Agreements – Jozef Goldblat

  17. Explaining Foreign Policy – Llyod Jenson 

  18. The International Politics of Space – Michael Sheehan 

  19. Foreign Policy Making Process: A Case Study of Pakistan – Moonis Ahmar, e

  20. Planning the Unthinkable How New Powers Will Use Nuclear Biological And Chemical Weapons – Peter R. Lavoy, Scott D. Sagan, and James J. Wirtz

  21. Pakistan’s Foreign Policy: An Historical Analysis – S.M. Burke

  22. International Relations: Politics and Economy in the 21st Century – William Nester

  23. Foreign Policy and Political process –  William Wallace 

  24. Nuclear Risk Reduction Measures and Restraint Regime in South Asia – Zafar Nawaz Jaspal

  25. The India- Pakistan Military Standoff; Crisis and Escalation in South Asia (United States) –  Zachary S. Davis, ed

  26. Nuclear Pakistan: Strategic Dimensions – Zulfiqar Khan, ed