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Beyond Globalization: Capitalism, Territoriality and the International Relations of Modernity
Introduction: from the International to the Global? 1. The Limits of Society: State-centrism and the International Relations of Modernity 2. Theorists of the Superstructure: From Gramsci to AlthusserExpand
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Transforming Identities: Beyond the Politics of Non-Settlement in North Cyprus
The collapse of the Annan Plan notwithstanding, the vast support it received from Turkish Cypriots marked the culmination of a far-reaching process of social and political transformation in NorthExpand
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The changing ‘logics’ of capitalist competition
This article criticizes contemporary attempts within the Marxist tradition to understand the current juncture of international relations in terms of either a return to classical Marxist theories ofExpand
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Putting the state in its place: the critique of state-centrism and its limits
The critique of state-centrism is a crucial aspect of the restructuring of International Relations theory, widely seen as a precondition for the conceptualisation of international transformation. InExpand
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Experimental Investigation of the Energy Efficiency of an Electric Vehicle in Different Driving Conditions
Energy efficiency of electric vehicles (EVs) and the representativeness of different driving cycles are important aspects to address EVs performance in real-world driving conditions. This paperExpand
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International transformation and the persistence of territoriality: toward a new political geography of capitalism
Abstract Starting from the premise that the proper foundation for the historicisation of international systems lies in the delineation of the prevailing social property relations of an epoch, myExpand
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History, Structure, and World Orders
It is hard to imagine the landscape of contemporary International Relations (IR) and International Political Economy (IPE) without the pioneering contributions of Robert W. Cox. His work has openedExpand
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