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Is Anyone Listening? International Relations Theory and the Problem of Policy Relevance
Joseph Lepgold discusses how theories of international relations can be made more relevant to policy makers. He argues that better specified arguments would allow both theorists and practitioners to evaluate competing causal claims more easily.

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