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Sage is delighted to offer International Political Science Association members 25% off all Sage titles.

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Use the menu to the left to browse Sage titles and add the ones you wish to purchase to your basket. When prompted at the checkout, please enter the discount code UK10SM016 (for customers in the US and Canada please use code S101PSA) to recieve your discount. 

To get you started we have highlighted some new and bestselling Sage titles below.

Politics and International Relations

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East, West, North, South

International Relations since 1945, Seventh Edition
Geir Lundestad

The seventh edition of Geir Lundestad’s classic overview of the history and key developments of international politics in the post-war era continues in the clear, accessible and authoritative vein of previous editions. The book provides an engaging narrative of all the significant events since 1945 and equips students with the knowledge and skills with which to approach contemporary issues in international politics.

Comparing Democracies

Elections and Voting in a Changing World, Fourth Edition
Lawrence LeDuc, Richard G Niemi Pippa Norris

This book provides readers with a theoretical and comparative understanding of the major topics related to elections and voting behaviour. It explores important work taking place on new areas, whilst at the same time covering the key themes that students will encounter throughout their studies.

An Introduction to Middle East Politics

Benjamin MacQueen

‘Ben MacQueen has provided the perfect introductory textbook for students of the Middle East, galloping through the region's modern political history, and signposting all the key events and issues in a lively, accessible and structured manner. Teachers of undergraduate Middle East Politics have been waiting for this one.’ - Emma C. Murphy, School of Government and International Affairs, The University of Durham

Introducing Comparative Politics

Concepts and Cases in Context
Second Edition

Carol Ann Drogus - Hamilton College
Stephen Orvis - Hamilton College

‘The strength of the Drogus and Orvis text is the integration of themes and case studies. This approach enhances the analytical qualities of instruction as the case studies are embedded in thematic coverage and provide a hands-on illustration of concepts and principles’ - Boyka Stefanova, University of Texas at San Antonio

Research Methods

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Key Research Concepts in Politics and International Relations

Lisa Harrison, Theresa Callan

‘This book provides a clear, balanced and accessible introduction to a broad range of methodological concepts and techniques. Research methods can be a challenging area of study for undergraduate students, and this text will be an indispensable guide for students of Politics and International Relations at different stages of their degree.’ -Fidelma Ashe, Senior Lecturer in Politics, the University of Ulster

Political Science Research Methods

7th Edition
Janet Buttolph JohnsonH. T. Reynolds

‘The book provides a good overview of standard approaches and methods in political research, draws attention to major pitfall when using various research tools and will be extremely useful for students advancing their ability to engage quantitative methods.’ -Mr Timofey Agarin, Politics, Int'l Studies & Philosophy, Queen's University Belfast

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