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Why a history of International Relations theory?
Torbjørn L. Knutsen

. Then there are International Relations authors who are not entirely forgotten but who have slid into partial oblivion. They live the life of the undead. Their texts are twilight classics, whose arguments are surrounded by myth and misunderstanding. One of these is Norman Angell, who warned against the threat of impending catastrophe on the eve of World War I. He began his most famous book, The Great Illusion [ 1910 ], with a warning: namely, that growing tension among Europe’s Great Powers made war likely. And if war should break out, Angell continued, the result

in A history of International Relations theory (third edition)