Confronting the Political in International Relations

Michi Ebata (Redaktør) ; Beverley Neufeld (Redaktør)

Confronting the Political in International Relations

This volume confronts the meaning of politics in international relations. While it seems unnecessary to state that politics is embedded in international relations, it is important to explore how politics informs the discipline and what limits are placed on the political. Les mer
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Confronting the Political in International Relations

This volume confronts the meaning of politics in international relations. While it seems unnecessary to state that politics is embedded in international relations, it is important to explore how politics informs the discipline and what limits are placed on the political. Looking at themes as wide-ranging as culture, globalization, the state and citizenship, the authors show that international relations not only has much to gain from a reconsideration of politics, but that there is also much that international relations has to offer.

List of Contributors Introduction; Politics in International Relations; M.Ebata & B.Neufeld The Development of the Concept of International Society: An Essay on Political Argument in International Relations Theory; E.Keene Culture and International Relations: A New Reductionalism?; F.Halliday Global Politics and the Problem of Culture: The Case of China; C.Hughes Overturning 'Globalisation': Resisting the Teleological, Reclaiming 'the Political'; L.Amoore, R.Dodgson, B.Gills, P.Langley, D.Marshall & I.Watson Theorising Politics in 'No Man's Land': Feminism and the Grounds for a New Critical Theory; B.Maiguashca What is Left of the Domestic? A Reverse Angle View of Foreign Policy; C.Hill The Politics of Place and Origin: An Inquiry into the Changing Boundaries of Representation, Citizenship, and Legitimacy; F.V.Kratochwil International Relations Theory and the Fate of the Political; R.B.J.Walker Index

L. AMOORE Member of the Newcastle Research Working Group on Globalisation, University of Newcastle upon Tyne R. DODGSON Member of the Newcastle Research Working Group on Globalisation, University of Newcastle upon Tyne BARRY GILLS Director of the Programme in International Political Economy, Department of Politics, University of Newcastle upon Tyne and member of the Newcastle Research Working Group on Globalisation, University of Newcastle upon Tyne FRED HALLIDAY Professor of International Relations, London School of Economics CHRISTOPHER HILL Montague Burton Professor of International Relations, London School of Economics CHRISTOPHER HUGHES Lecturer in International Relations, University of Birmingham EDWARD KEENE Lecturer in International Politics, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London FRIEDRICH KRATOCHWIL Chair for International Politics, University of Munich P.LANGLEY Member of the Newcastle Research Working Group on Globalisation, University of Newcastle upon Tyne BICE MAIGUASHCA Lecturer, Department of Politics, Exeter University D. MARSHALL Member of the Newcastle Research Working Group on Globalisation, University of Newcastle upon Tyne R.B.J. WALKER Professor of Political Science, University of Victoria, B.C., Canada I. WATSON Member of the Newcastle Research Working Group on Globalisation, University of Newcastle upon Tyne

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