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Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UERJ)

Especializao em Histria das Relaes Internacionais


Teorias das Relaes Internacionais
Profa. Erica Simone A. Resende
2010.1

OBJETIVOS
O objetivo desta disciplina apresentar as principais teorias e conceitos das Relaes
Internacionais. Pretendemos expor e debater a especificidade da rea de Relaes Internacionais,
explorar os limites de seu objeto de estudo e refletir sobre o desenvolvimento terico da prpria rea.
Aps esta introduo ao universo terico das Relaes Internacionais, os alunos devero ser capazes
de identificar os principais correntes tericas da rea, alm de aplicar conceitos chave na
problematizao e compreenso de fenmenos da realidade internacional. O presente curso
organizado por unidades temticas e contar com 15 sesses dedicadas a aulas expositivas e a
discusses de textos. A avaliao ocorrer por meio de duas resenhas e um curto trabalho final.

PROGRAMA
Unidade I:
A rea de RI e suas especificidades

Sesso 1: O objeto, o campo de estudo e as teorias de RI


ARON, Raymond. Estudos Polticos. Pensamento Poltico. Braslia, UNB, 1985. p. 317-335.
GONALVES, Williams. O Campo Terico das Relaes Internacionais, p. 89-107. In:
BRIGAGO, C. (Org). Estratgias de Negociaes Internacionais. Uma Viso Brasileira. Rio
de Janeiro: Aeroplano, 2001.
HOFFMANN, Stanley. An American Social Science: International Relations. Daedalus, v.
106, n. 3, 1997, p. 41-60. PDF (Em espanhol: Una ciencia social norteamericana: relaciones
internacionales. In: Jano y Minerva. Ensayos sobre La Guerra y La Paz. Buenos Aires, GEL,
1991, p. 17-36)
Leitura complementar:
SMITH, Steve. The Self-Images of a Discipline: a Genealogy of International Relations
Theory, p. 1-37. In: BOOTH, K.; SMITH, S. (Ed.). International Relations Theory Today.
Cambridge: Polity Press, 1995. PDF
Unidade 2:
O paradigma realista
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Sesso 2: A contribuio dos clssicos realistas


ARON, Raymond. Paz e Guerra entre as Naes. Braslia, Editora Universidade de Braslia, 2002,
p. 99-125 e 153-188.
CARR, Edward Hallett. Vinte anos de crise: 1919-1939. Braslia, Editora Universidade de Braslia,
1981, p. 33-123.
Leitura complementar:
WHITE, Martin. A poltica do poder. Braslia, Universidade de Braslia, 2002, p. 91-105 e 155-185.
MORGENTHAU, Hans J. Os seis princpios. In: BRAILLARD (1990), p. 130-147.
Sesso 3: O Neorrealismo e seus crticos
WALTZ, Kenneth N. Teoria das Relaes Internacionais. Lisboa: Gradiva, p. 13-33, 113-178,
2002.
Leitura complementar:
ASHLEY, Richard K. The Poverty of Neo-Realism, International Organization, v. 38, n. 2,
1984, p. 225-286. PDF
WALTZ, Kenneth N. O homem, o estado e a guerra. So Paulo, Martins Fontes, 2004. P. 3-21.

Unidade 3:
O paradigma liberal

Sesso 4: A contribuio dos clssicos liberais


MERLE, Marcel. Sociologia das Relaes Internacionais. Braslia, UNB, 1981, p.17-31.
BULL, Hedley. The importance of Grotius in the study of International Relations. In: BULL,
Hedley; KINGSBURY, Benedict; ROBERTS, Adam (Ed.). Hugo Grotius and International
Relations. Oxford: Clerendon Press, 1992. p. 65-93. PDF
DOYLE, Michael. Liberalism and world Politics. American Political Science Review, v. 80, n.
4, p. 1151-69, 1986. PDF
Leitura complementar:
ALMINO, Joo. A paz e a autodeterminao dos povos em Kant. Contexto Internacional, n.6. Rio
de Janeiro, IRI-PUC/RJ, jul./ dez. 1987. p. 37-44.
HOFFMAN, S. Liberalismo y assuntos internacionales. In: HOFFMAN, S. Jano y Minerva.
Ensayos sobre La Guerra y La Paz. Buenos Aires, GEL, 1991, p. 375-96.
Sesso 5: Perspectivas liberais de RI
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KEOHANE, Robert. Instituiciones internacionales y poder estatal. Buenos Aires: Grupo Editor
Latinoamericano, 1993, p. 13-38.
KRASNER, Stephen. Structural causes and regime consequences: regimes as intervening
variables. In: KRASNER (Ed.). International Regimes. Ithaca, Cornell University Press, 1983,
p. 1-21. PDF
RUGGIE, John G. Multilateralism: the anatomy of an institution. International Organization,
v. 46, n. 2, p. 561-598, 1992. PDF
Leitura complementar:
KEOHANE, Robert. The Demand for International Regimes. International Organization, v.
36, n. 2, p. 325-355, 1982. PDF
MEARSHEIMER, John. The False Promise of International Institutions. International
Security, v. 19, n. 3, p. 5-49, 1994. PDF

Unidade 4:
O Debate Neo-Neo

Sesso 6: Construo da Sntese Neo-Neo


BALDWIN, David A. Neoliberalism, Neorealism, and World Politics. In: BALDWIN, David
A. (Ed.). Neorealism and Neoliberalism: the Contemporary Debate. New York: Columbia
University Press, 1993, p. 3-25.
WAEVER, O. The Rise and the Fall of the Inter-Paradigm Debate, p. 149-185. In: SMITH, S.;
BOOTH, K.; ZALEWSKI, M. (Eds.). International Theory: positivism and beyond. Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press, 1996.
Leitura complementar:
KEOHANE, Robert; NYE, Joseph S. Poder e interdependencia. La poltica mundial en transicin.
Buenos Aires: Grupo Editor Latinoamericano, 1988, p. 39-57.
KEOHANE, R. International Institutions: Two Approaches. International Studies Quarterly,
v. 32, p. 379-396, 1988. PDF
Unidade 5:
A perspectiva construvista
Sesso 7: Construtivismo como meio-termo?
ADLER, Emmanuel. Seizing the Middle Ground: Constructivism in World Politics. European
Journal of International Relations, v. 3, n. 3, p. 319-363, Sept, 1997. PDF
WENDT, Alexander. Anarchy is what states make of it. International Organization, v. 46, n. 5, p.
396-421, 1992. PDF
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Leitura complementar:
CHECKEL, Jeffery T. The Constructivist Turn in International Relations Theory. World
Politics, v. 50, n. 2, p. 324-348, 1998. PDF
JEPPERSON, R.L.; WENDT, A.; KATZENSTEIN, P.J. Norms, Identity, and Culture in
National Security, p. 33-75. In: KATZENSTEIN, P. (Ed.) The Culture of National Security.
Norms and Identities in World Politics. New York: Columbia University Press, 1996.
Unidade 6:
Perspectivas marxistas de Relaes Internacionais

Sesso 8: Podemos falar em uma teoria marxista de RI?


BOBBIO, Noberto. As relaes internacionais e o marxismo. In: BOBBIO, N. Ensaios
escolhidos. So Paulo: CH Cardim, 1988, p. 109-126.
HALLIDAY, Fred. Repensando as Relaes Internacionais. Porto Alegre: UFRGS, 2007, p. 6186.
Leitura complementar:
GILL, Stephen. Gramsci e a poltica global: uma proposta de pesquisas ps-hegemnicas. In:
GILL, Stephen (Org.). Gramsci, materialismo histrico e relaes internacionais. Rio de
Janeiro: UFRJ, 2007, p. 41-62.
COX, Michael. Rebels without cause? Radical Theorists and the World System after the Cold
War. New Political Economy, v. 3, n. 3, p. 445-60, 1998. PDF
Sesso 9: Teoria Crtica
COX, Robert. Social Forces, States and World Orders: Beyond International Relations Theory.
In: KEOHANE (1986), p. 205-254. PDF
LINKLATER, Andrew. The Achievements of Critical Theory. In: SMITH, Steve; BOOTH,
Ken & ZALEWSKI, Marysia (Eds.). International Theory: Positivism and Beyond. Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press, 1996, p. 279-298.
Leitura complementar:
BROWN, Chris. Critical Theory and Postmodernism in International Relations. In: GROOM
& LIGHT (Eds.), 1994, pp. 56-68.
RENGGER, Nicholas; THIRKELL-WHITE, Ben. Still critical after all these years? The past,
present and future of Critical Theory in International Relations. Review of International Studies,
v. 33, p. 3-24, 2007. PDF

Unidade 7:
Perspectivas reflexivistas de Relaes Internacionais
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Sesso 10: Reflexivismo, dissidncia e o Terceiro Debate


LAPID, Yosef. The Third Debate: On the Prospects of International Theory in a Post-Positive
Era. International Studies Quarterly, v. 33, n. 3, 1989, p. 235-254. PDF
GREGORY, Donna U. Foreword, p. xiii-xxi. In: DER DERIAN, J.; SHAPIRO, M. (Ed.).
International/Intertextual Relations: Postmodern Readings in World Politics. Lexington:
Lexington Books, 1989.
NEUFELD, Mark. Reflexivity and International Relations Theory. Millennium, v. 22, n. 2, p.
53-76, 1993. PDF
Leitura complementar:
GEORGE, J.; CAMPBELL, D. Patterns of Dissent and the Celebration of Difference: Critical
Social Theory and International Relations. International Studies Quarterly, v. 34, n. 3, p. 269293, 1990. PDF
ASHLEY, R.; WALKER, R. "Introduction: Speaking the Language of Exile: Dissidence in
International Studies". International Studies Quarterly, v. 34, n. 3, p. 259-368, 1990. PDF
Sesso 11: Gnero
HALLIDAY, Fred. Repensando as Relaes Internacionais. Porto Alegre: UFRGS, 2007, p.
161-185. (PDF, em ingls)
TICKNER, J. Ann. Hans Morgenthaus Principles of Political Realism: a Feminist
Reformulation. In: ART, Robert J.; JERVIS, Robert (Eds.). International Politics. Enduring
Concepts and Contemporary Issues. New York: Pearson Longman, 20005, p. 15-27. PDF
SYLVESTER, Christine. The Contributions of Feminist theory to International Relations. In:
SMITH; BOOTH; ZALEWSKY (1996).
Leitura complementar:
YOUNGS, Gillian. Feminist International Relations: a contradiction in terms? Or Why Women
and gender are essential to understand the world we live in. International Affairs, v. 80, n. 1, p.
75-87, 2004. PDF
GOLDSTEIN, Joshua S. War and Gender. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001, p.
403-414.

Sesso 12: Ps-modernismo/Ps-estruturalismo I


DER DERIAN, J. The Boundaries of Knowledge and Power in International Relations, p.
3-10. In: DER DERIAN, SHAPIRO (1989).
SMITH, Steve. Positivism and beyond. In: SMITH, BOOTH, ZALEWSKI (1996), p. 11-44.
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NEUMANN, I.B. Collective Identity Formation: Self and Other in International Relations.
European Journal of International Relations, v. 2, n. 2, p. 139-174, 1996 PDF
Leitura complementar:
JAMESON, F. Postmodernism, or the Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism. New Left Review,
v. 146, p. 53-92, July-Aug., 1984. PDF
ASHLEY, Richard. The achievements of post-structuralism. In: SMITH, BOOTH,
ZALEWSKI (1996), p. 240-253.
BLEIKER, R. The Aesthetic Turn in International Political Theory. Millennium: Journal of
International Relations, v. 30, n. 3, p. 509-533, 2001. PDF

Sesso 13: Ps-modernismo/Ps-estruturalismo II


LYNN-DOTY, R. Foreign Policy as Social Construction: A Post-Positivist Analysis of U.S.
Counterinsurgency Policy in the Philippines. International Studies Quarterly, v. 37, p. 297320, 1993. PDF
NABERS, D. Filling the Void of Meaning: Identity Construction in U.S. Foreign Policy
After September 11, 2001. Foreign Policy Analysis, v. 5, n. 2, p. 191-214, 2009. PDF
Leitura complementar:
CAMPBELL, D. Global Inscription: How Foreign Policy Constitutes the United States.
Alternatives, v. 15, n. 3, p. 263-286, 1990. PDF
ASHLEY, R. Untying the Sovereign State: A Double Reading of the Anarchy Problematique.
Millennium: Journal of International Studies, v. 17, n. 2, p. 227-262, 1988. PDF
SHAPIRO, Michael. Strategic Discourse/Discursive Strategy: The Representation of Security
Policy in the Video Age. International Studies Quarterly, v. 34, n. 3, p. 327-40, 1990. PDF
Sesso 14: Ps-Colonialismo

CHOWDRY, Geeta; NAIR, Sheila. Power, Postcolonialism and International Relations:


Reading Race, Gender and Class. PDF
ACHARAYA, Amitav; BUZAN, Barry. Why is there no non-Western international relations
theory? An introduction. International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, v. 12, n. 33, 2007. PDF
AYOOB, Mohammed. Inequality and Theorizing in International Relations: The Case for
Subaltern Realism. International Studies Review, v. 4, n. 3, p. 27-48, 2007. PDF
Leitura complementar:
CHERNIAVSKY, Eva. Subaltern Studies in a U.S. Frame. Boundary 2, v. 23, n. 2, p. 85-110,
1996. PDF
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Sesso 15: Balano final

SMITH, Steve. The discipline of international relations: still an American social science?.
British Journal of Politics and International Relations, v. 2, n. 3, p. 374-402, 2000. PDF
BUZAN, Barry; LITTLE, Richard. Why International Relations has Failed as an Intellectual
Project and what to do about it. Millennium, v. 30, n. 1, 19-39, 2001. PDF
Leitura complementar:
TICKNER, Arlene. Seeing IR Differently: Notes from the Third World. Millennium, v. 32, n.
2, p. 295-324, 2003. PDF
SMITH, S. Singing Our World Into Existence: International Relations Theory and September
11. International Studies Quarterly, v. 48, n. 3, p. 504-7, June, 2004. PDF
ZALWESKI, Marysia. All these theories yet the bodies keep piling up: theory, theorists,
theorizing. In: SMITH; BOOTH; ZALEWSKI (1996), p. 340-53.

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