The Globalization of Liberalism

Eivind Hovden (Redaktør) ; Edward Keene (Redaktør)

The Globalization of Liberalism

The Globalization of Liberalism demonstrates that liberalism is more deeply embedded in the structure of modern international political and economic order than is usually realised, and that at present there is a contested process of the 'globalization of liberalism'. Les mer
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The Globalization of Liberalism

The Globalization of Liberalism demonstrates that liberalism is more deeply embedded in the structure of modern international political and economic order than is usually realised, and that at present there is a contested process of the 'globalization of liberalism'. As well as exploring liberalism's usefulness for understanding how international relations work, the contributors offer critical perspectives on the liberal structure of modern international society and places international liberalism into a global context by examining responses to liberalism in China, India and the Middle East.

Acknowledgements Notes on the Contributors Introduction; E.Hovden & E.Keene PART I: UNDERSTANDING INTERNATIONAL LIBERALISM Moral Commitment and Liberal Approaches to World Politics; R.O.Keohane The Harvard School of Liberal International Theory: A Case of Closure; D.Long A Kantian Protest Against the Peculiar Discourse of Inter-Liberal State Peace; J.Macmillan PART II: GLOBALIZATION AND LIBERALISM IN CONTEMPORARY IR Liberalism at the Global Level: The Last of the Independent Commissions?; R.Falk At Home Abroad, Abroad at Home: International Liberalization and Domestic Stability in the New World Economy; J.G.Ruggie Globalization, Market Civilization, and Disciplinary Neoliberalism; S.Gill Global Civil Society: An Ethical Profile; M.Frost A Project to be Realised: Global Liberalism and a New World Order; T.Young PART III: INTERNATIONAL LIBERALISM BEYOND EUROPE China and Global Liberalism; C.Hughes International Human Rights Norms and the State in Egypt and Tunisia: Globalization, Liberalism, and Culture; K.Dalacoura Neoliberalism, Globalization, and Resistance: The Case of India; A.K.Ramakrishnan Index

KATERINA DALACOURA Lecturer in International Relations, London School of Economics and Political Science RICHARD FALK Albert G. Milbank Professor of International Law and Practice, Center of International Studies, Princeton University, New Jersey MERVYN FROST Professor of International Relations, University of Kent, Canterbury STEPHEN GILL Professor of Political Science, York University, Toronto CHRISTOPHER HUGHES Lecturer in International Relations, London School of Economics and Political Science ROBERT O. KEOHANE James B. Duke Professor of Political Science, Duke University, North Carolina DAVID LONG Associate Professor of International Affairs, Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University JOHN MACMILLAN Lecturer in International Relations, School of Politics, International Relations and the Environment, Keele University K. RAMAKRISHNAN Reader, School of International Relations, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala, India JOHN GERARD RUGGIE James T. Shortwell Professor of International Relations, Columbia University, New York City TOM YOUNG Senior Lecturer in Politics, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London

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