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International Relations: Books

Library resources for students studying International Relations

Finding books in the library

UoG Library book collections

Search Library Discovery for our print and eBooks. Results show the book location, organised on shelves by topic.

Remember to limit your search results to University of Gloucestershire to just display our own holdings.

Finding books with Library Discovery

Using our eBooks

eBook collections at UoG

UoG eBooks are available in Library Discovery. They can also be accessed via our eBook provider platforms.

The main eBook providers for international relations are 

ProQuest eBook Central Videos

Library Discovery

New Books

American Football and the American Way of War
Is CITES Protecting Wildlife?
Marxism and Migration
Human Rights
Political Geography
UK Borderscapes
The making of the modern Middle East : a personal history
The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
Palestinians and Israelis: A Short History of Conflict
Migration As Economic Imperialism
Understanding Global Poverty
The New Humanitarians in International Practice
Routledge Handbook of Peacebuilding and Ethnic Conflict
Peacebuilding Paradigms
Routledge Handbook of Global Environmental Politics
Losing earth : the decade we could have stopped climate change
Research Methods in International Relations. 2nd edn.
Migration Studies and Colonialism
Refugees: a Very Short Introduction
Restoring Restraint
Advancing Interdisciplinary Approaches to International Relations
The Routledge Handbook to Rethinking Ethics in International Relations
Non-Western Global Theories of International Relations
Routledge Handbook of Migration and Development
Africa is not a country

New books list

Have a look at the full list of new resources for social sciences.

Inter-Library Loan service

Book not in the library?

Use the Inter-Library Loan (ILL) service to obtain print books and chapters from print or electronic books not held by the university. The service is primarily for final year undergrad students, postgrads, researchers and academics. Staff and students have an initial allocation of free requests. More information is available in the Guide to Inter-Library Loans

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Main subject areas in the Library

Topic Shelf number
Citizenship 323.6
Conflict resolution 303.69
Environmental issues 363.7
Foreign policy 327.1
Genocide 304.663
Globalisation 337
Human rights law 341.48
International development 338.91
International law 341
International organisations 341.2
International relations 327
Migration 304.8
Politics 320
Research methods: international relations 327.072
Social reform movements 303.484
Social policy 361.61
Transnational crime 364.135

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