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Fifty Key Thinkers in International Relations

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A unique and comprehensive overview of the key thinkers in international relations in the twentieth century. From Lenin and Kissinger, to emerging thinkers in feminism, historical sociology and the study of nationalism.

Fifty Key Thinkers in International Relations

Author : Martin Griffiths
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A unique and comprehensive overview of the key thinkers in international relations in the twentieth century. From Habermas to Rawls, to emerging thinkers in Feminism, Constructivism and The English School.

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International Journal of Peace Studies

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The Critical Theory of Robert W Cox

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This book, some 20 years after the publication of Robert W. Cox's seminal Production, Power and World Order: Social Forces in the Making of History, offers the reader an analytical and comprehensive overview of his work and illustrates the continuing relevance thereof for contemporary research.

Thinking Outside the Box in Multilateral Disarmament and Arms Control Negotiations

Author : John Borrie
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Success in multilateral disarmament and arms control negotiations has been scarce in recent years. There is need for new approaches--to "think outside the box"--in order to make them work better because continued failure has real human costs. This volume offers new practical tools and perspectives to inform and help the ongoing efforts of multilateral disarmament practitioners, drawing from a range of contributors in civil society, diplomacy, and the policy and research fields. Publishing Agency: United Nations (UN).

Journal of Thought

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Foreign Policy Challenges in the 21st Century

Author : Michael Heazle
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This book explores the emerging challenges to foreign policymaking in liberal democracies and the adequacy of the 'marketplace of ideas' in responding to these challenges. Looking at foreign policy challenges as diverse as democratization, globalization and climate change, from the role of values in environmental debate to the Iraq invasion and the war on drugs, the contributors critically examine how key global issues are framed in public debate across three of the world's most mature liberal democracies: the US, the UK, and Australia. The book contributes to a better understanding of the limits of the 'marketplace of ideas' in helping to produce wise and accountable policy, and how those limits may soon be overcome.Examining how key global issues are framed in foreign policy debate across a range of liberal democratic societies, this book will strongly appeal to academics and students with an interest in international relations, policymaking and politics, as well as to governmental and think tank policymakers and advisors.

The FSI Foreign Affairs Quarterly

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Australasian Journal of American Studies

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Journal of African Elections

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On Rules Politics and Knowledge

Author : Oliver Kessler
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Based on a symposium celebrating Fritz Kratochwil's life and work at Columbia University, Feb. 14, 2009--Acknowledgments.

Hegemony and Discourse

Author : Seifudein Adem
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Adem (area studies, U. of Tsukuba, Japan) shares the perspective of a non-American student of international affairs by asking one question: why and how do some discourses attain and others are denied a hegemonic status. The aesthetic, logical, or moral quality of a specific issue has little to do with the status it attains, he finds, and he begins formulation of hypotheses on what is crucial. Annotation : 2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com).

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Fifty Key Thinkers on Globalization

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Fifty Key Thinkers on Globalization is an outstanding guide to often-encountered thinkers whose ideas have shaped, defined and influenced this new and rapidly growing field. The authors clearly and lucidly survey the life, work and impact of fifty of the most important theorists of globalization including: Manuel Castells Joseph Stiglitz David Held Jan Aart Scholte Each thinker’s contribution to the field is evaluated and assessed, and each entry includes a helpful guide to further reading. Fully cross-referenced throughout, this remarkable reference guide is essential reading for students of politics and international relations, economics, sociology, history, anthropology and literary studies.

Exploring the Linkage Between EU Accession and Conflict Resolution

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Globalisation and Labour Struggle in Asia

Author : Phoebe Moore
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How has South Korea's development influenced and been influenced by world events? The neo-Gramscian school theorises that world history reveals specific periods of hegemonic stability such as during the post World War II period of 'Pax Americana', but this new account of Korean development demonstrates that this speculation cannot be fully justified. Through making creative links between forms of state, education programmes, labour relations and the global climate throughout a series of 'historical blocs' such as the period of Japanese colonisation, Phoebe Moore covers the story of South Korean development. She observes that all economic development in South Korea has been carried out through 'passive revolution' driven by elite, frequently supported by external forces, against the will of a large part of the population, namely the working classes. In this original contribution Moore's critical International Political Economy approach sheds light on one of the fastest growing Asian economies and the 11th largest economy in the world. In doing so, she looks at the relationship between socio-economic change, passive revolution and its impact on the popular hegemony thesis.