• Mikołaj Kukowski Akademia Polonijna w Częstochowie


The article is devoted to the methodology of international rela-tions research. Different approaches to the matter of analyzing them are presented. The focus is on three main ones: (neo)realistic, (neo)liberal and constructivist. Their advantages and disadvantages in scientific analyses are discussed.


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Kukowski, M. (2016). METHODS FOR RESEARCHING INTO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS. Scientific Journal of Polonia University, 16(1), 97-115.