Innovation and transformation in international studies /

This book explores the nature of, and conditions for, theoretical innovation in international studies. Highlighting classic and new research problems, this collection of critically minded, original essays pushes international relations scholarship in uncharted directions. Bridging social theory and...

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Other Authors: Gill, Stephen, 1950- (Editor), Mittelman, James H. (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1997.
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Table of Contents:
  • Transformation and innovation in the study of world order / Stephen Gill
  • Consciousness, myth and collective action : Gramsci, Sorel and the ethical state / Enrico Augelli and Craig N. Murphy
  • The critical realist tradition and the demystification of interstate power : E.H. Carr, Hedley Bull and Robert W. Cox / Richard Falk
  • Ibn Khaldun and world order / Mustapha Kamal Pasha
  • Ecology, political economy and the counter-movement : Karl Polanyi and the second great transformation / Mitchell Bernard
  • Braudelian reflections on economic globalisation : the historian as pioneer / Eric Helleiner
  • Social forces and international political economy : joining the two IRs / Jeffrey Harrod
  • Transnational class formation and state forms / Kees van der Pijl
  • Globalisation and contested common sense in the United States / Mark Rupert
  • The silent revolution and the weapons of the weak : transformation and innovation from below / Fantu Cheru
  • Frantz Fanon, race and world order / Randolph Persaud
  • Whose crises? Early and post-modern masculinism / V. Spike Peterson
  • Civil society and democratic world order / Yoshikazu Sakamoto
  • Imposing global orders : a synthesized ontology for a turbulent era / James N. Rosenau
  • The problem or the solution? Capitalism and the state system / Susan Strange
  • Rethinking innovation in international studies : global transformation at the turn of the millennium / James H. Mittelman.