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After Postpositivism? The Promises of Critical Realism
This article argues that the current self-understanding of IR theory is misconceived and that it is time to move beyond the stagnant positivism/postpositivism debate. We argue that the attempt toExpand
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The Great Eurozone Disaster: From Crisis to Global New Deal
* 1. Introduction * 2. The Economic Theory of Debt Crises * 3. The Predictability of Global Financial Turmoil * 4. Contradictions at the Heart of the EMU * 5. The Trouble with the EU's OfficialExpand
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After International Relations: Critical Realism and the (Re)Construction of World Politics
Introduction I. Overcoming International Relations 1. How it all Started? Can it End? A Genealogy of the International Problematic 2. Learning from Alker: From Quantitative Peace Research toExpand
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Capitalism: Competition, Conflict, Crisis
Shaik’s Capitalism is a great book to which I will be returning time and time again. In its attempt to achieve its objective – to provide a radical alternative framework for understanding modern ec...
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Problems of Democratizing Global Governance: Time, Space and the Emancipatory Process
David Held's model of cosmopolitan democracy is thus far the most articulate response to the quest to democratize global governance. After criticizing the territoriality, Eurocentrism and linearityExpand
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On the Complexities of Time and Temporality: Implications for World History and Global Futures
Human beings are temporal and spatial beings. We cannot go back in time; whatever we do is an intervention in irreversible, on-going causal processes; physically, we cannot be in two placesExpand
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Realist Ontology for Futures Studies
Abstract All social phenomena, all social interaction, anything that exists in society, is temporal. Anticipation of futures is a necessary part of all social actions, and particularly so in theExpand
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A Possible World: Democratic Transformation of Global Institutions
"Patomaki and Teivainen describe a wide spectrum of democratic reform proposals. They also explore innovative ideas for new institutional arrangements - including empowering global civil society; aExpand
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Democratising Globalisation: The Leverage of the Tobin Tax
* Preface: Erkki Tuomioja, Finnish Minister of Foreign Affairs * Introduction * 1. Economics of Financial Instability * 2. Power Analysis of the Global Financial Markets * 3. The Case for the TobinExpand
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Neoliberalism and the Global Financial Crisis
First I make a case for the possibility of defining neoliberalism in a sufficiently evident and coherent way as a programme of resolving problems of, and developing, human society by means ofExpand
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