New Horizons in International Relations is a book series that embraces the wide range of topics, theoretical frameworks and methods that combine to produce the field of International Relations. The series welcomes studies that are paradigm-based, studies that emphasize a visual approach and also those that fit within the new tradition of analytic eclecticism. In addition, this book series is well-disposed toward interdisciplinary research. Items with a pedagogical focus are welcome along with those that might be characterized more purely as works of theory or empirical analysis. With oversight from the Series Editor, Patrick James, the Dana and David Dornsife Professor of International Relations at the University of Southern California, the book series is seeking out projects from scholars at all career stages. As a former President of the International Studies Association, the Series Editor hopes to include a wide range of subject matter, theoretical outlooks and methods among the books that appear. The volumes under the auspices of New Horizons in International Relations will be essential reading for professors and students, along with those in the policy world.