Political economy, Law, Politics, Democracy and Foreign policy are his primary areas of study. Patrick James has included themes like Ethnic conflict, Economic system, Economic interdependence and Mass media in his Political economy study. His work in the fields of Neo-Kantianism overlaps with other areas such as Replication, Social science research and Offensive.
His Politics research includes elements of Rigour and Social science. His biological study deals with issues like International conflict, which deal with fields such as Subject, Forms of government and Openness to experience. His Foreign policy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Authoritarianism, High politics, Opposition, International relations and Presidential system.
His primary areas of investigation include Political economy, Politics, International relations, Foreign policy and Law. His Political economy study incorporates themes from Government, Ethnic conflict, Ethnic group and Democracy. His research on Democracy also deals with topics like
His research in Politics tackles topics such as Positive economics which are related to areas like Social psychology. His International relations research focuses on Epistemology and how it connects with International relations theory. His Foreign policy research integrates issues from Intervention, State and Public administration.
Patrick James mostly deals with International relations, Foreign policy, Political economy, Public administration and Human rights. He has researched International relations in several fields, including Science education, Comparative politics, Economy, Epistemology and Social science. The various areas that he examines in his Foreign policy study include Sovereignty, International conflict, Realpolitik and Intervention.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Status quo, China, Politics, Economic interdependence and Power in addition to Political economy. Patrick James combines subjects such as Subject, Data science and Body of knowledge with his study of Politics. His study looks at the relationship between Public administration and topics such as Democracy, which overlap with International peace and Peace economics.
Patrick James mainly focuses on Democracy, International relations, Law, Human rights and Foreign policy. His Democracy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both International conflict, Public administration, Conflict analysis, Dynamics and International peace. He studied International relations and Social science that intersect with Globalization and Comparative politics.
His study in Law is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Epistemology, Political economy, Eclecticism and Intergovernmental organization. His studies in Political economy integrate themes in fields like Economic interdependence, Sanctions, Economic sanctions, Neo-Kantianism and Conflict resolution research. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Economy and Foreign policy.
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The Influence of Domestic and International Politics on the President's Use of Force:
Patrick James;John R. Oneal.
Journal of Conflict Resolution (1991)
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