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International Crises of Legitimacy
What is an international crisis of legitimacy? And how does one resolve such crises? This article addresses these conceptual issues, laying the theoretical foundations for the special issue as aExpand
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Human rights and the social construction of sovereignty
Sovereignty and human rights are generally considered separate, mutually contradictory regimes in international society. This article takes issue with this conventional assumption, and argues thatExpand
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Special Responsibilities: Global Problems and American Power
The language of special responsibilities is ubiquitous in world politics, with policy-makers and commentators alike speaking and acting as though particular states have, or ought to have, uniqueExpand
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The Oxford Handbook of International Relations
PART I INTRODUCTION PART II IMAGINING THE DISCIPLINE PART III MAJOR THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES PART IV THE QUESTION OF METHOD PART V BRIDGING THE SUBFIELD BOUNDARIES PART VI THE SCHOLAR AND THEExpand
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The Moral Purpose of the State: Culture, Social Identity, and Institutional Rationality in International Relations
This book seeks to explain why different systems of sovereign states have built different types of fundamental institutions to govern interstate relations. Why, for example, did the ancient GreeksExpand
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The Constitutional Structure of International Society and the Nature of Fundamental Institutions
Modern states have constructed a multiplicity of issue-specific regimes to facilitate collective action. The majority of these institutions are specific instances of the deeper institutionalExpand
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The Moral Purpose of the State
This is a very reasonable book that should be read. The following may offer you the way to get this book. It is actually ease. When the other people must walk around and go outside to get the book inExpand
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Individual Rights and the Making of the International System
Introduction 1. The expansion of the international system 2. Struggles for individual rights 3. The Westphalian settlement 4. The independence of Spanish America 5. Post-1945 decolonizationExpand
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The Politics of International Law
In titling this book The Politics of International Law I have sought to exploit the double meaning of this phrase. On one reading, it refers to the way in which politics informs, structures, andExpand
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Imagining Society: Constructivism and the English School
This article critically examines the current relationship between constructivism and the English School. Scholars in each school have worked largely with stereotypes of the other, and this hasExpand
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