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Elusive Paradise: The Promise and Peril of Global Civil Society
The field of international relations has become turbulent,1 at least as measured by the proliferation of post-Cold War, perhaps post-Westphalian, reimaginings of global political space. One stream ofExpand
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Savage Economics: Wealth, Poverty and the Temporal Walls of Capitalism
1. The Cultural Constitution of Political Economy 2. The Savage Smith and the Temporal Walls of Capitalism 3. Necro-economics and Steuart's Geocultural Political Economy 4. Capitalism's Wounds:Expand
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Global Education, Disempowerment, and Curricula for a World Politics
Global education is supposed to empower. However, this article argues that global education is often premised on an idea about the inexorabilityof “globalization” that acts to de-politicize globalExpand
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Worlding, Ontological Politics and the Possibility of a Decolonial IR
This article argues that attention to representational practices and epistemology, however important for expanding the boundaries of International Relations as a field of study, has been insufficientExpand
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International Relations in the prison of colonial modernity
This article argues that Justin Rosenberg’s proposal to reground IR in an ontology of societal multiplicity fails to account for the practices by which the field has erased multiplicity from itsExpand
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Reconceptualizing autonomy: the difference dependency theory makes
Abstract Though now largely ignored or maligned, the legacy of dependency thinking remains to be claimed. Of particular importance is the way dependency theorists mobilize the logic of sovereignty asExpand
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Thinking International Relations Differently
1. Introduction Arlene B Tickner and David L. Blaney Section I: Security 2. Security in the Arab World and Turkey: Differently Different Pinar Bilgin 3. Aberystwyth, Paris, Copenhagen. TheExpand
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International relations and the problem of difference
Preface Introduction Part 1: Difference in the Constitution of IR 1. The Westphalian Deferral 2. Intimate Indians 3. IR and the Inner Life of Modernization Theory Part 2: Studies in Difference andExpand
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Prelude to a Conversation of Cultures in International Society? Todorov and Nandy on the Possibility of Dialogue
Despite post-Cold War enthusiasm about the universalization of values and social and political forms, the sense that the world is beset by a trend toward fragmentation or diversification is nowExpand
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Neo-Modernization? IR and the Inner Life of Modernization Theory
Since the putative end of the Cold War, modernization is increasingly reimagined as a global process— as an expanding liberal zone of peace, a global civil society, or as emerging forms of globalExpand
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