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The State and International Relations
1. What's at stake in the second state debate? Concepts and issues Part I. Traditional Theories of the State and International Relations: 2. Realism 3. Liberalism Part II. Recent Sociological
Historical Sociology
Emerging in the 1980s, maturing in the 1990s and taking-off in the 2000s, historical sociology has become a major feature of contemporary International Relations (IR) theory. However, the origins of
The Eastern Origins of Western Civilisation
1. Countering the Eurocentric myth of the West: discovering the Oriental West Part I. The East as an Early Developer 2. Islamic and African pioneers: building the global economy in the Afro-Asian Age
1 Everyday IPE : revealing everyday forms of change in the world economy
[T]he period of relative calm in the world political economy in the second half of the 1980s was used by many scholars as an opportunity for strengthening the scholastic rigor of IPE without
Everyday Politics of the World Economy
1. Introducing everyday IPE: decentring the discipline - revitalising the margins John M. Hobson and Leonard Seabrooke Part I. Regimes as Cultural Weapons of the Weak: 2. The agency of labour in
Part 1 – Revealing the Eurocentric foundations of IPE: A critical historiography of the discipline from the classical to the modern era
ABSTRACT In this article and in Part 2 I advance a ‘critical historiography’ of IPE which excavates to the deepest foundations of the discipline. For while I very much welcome Benjamin Cohen's
Is critical theory always for the white West and for Western imperialism? Beyond Westphilian towards a post-racist critical IR
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    Review of International Studies
  • 1 April 2007
ABSTRACT In appraising critical IR theory after twenty-five years, this article begins by asking whether critical theory implicitly reinforces the ‘superiority’ of Western civilisation and
Keynesianism, Monetarism and the Crisis of the State
168 into the UK . The problem with the book is that Dunning appears to be too optimistic about the universality and efficiency of Japanese management styles . It may be the case that Dunning has not
What’s at Stake in the Neo-Trotskyist Debate? Towards a Non-Eurocentric Historical Sociology of Uneven and Combined Development
This article seeks to appraise the direction that historical sociology has undertaken within Millennium in the last four decades while simultaneously laying out the groundwork for a ‘thirdwave’
Part 2 – Reconstructing the non-Eurocentric foundations of IPE: From Eurocentric ‘open economy politics’ to inter-civilizational political economy
ABSTRACT In Part 1 (this issue), I deconstructed IPE, past and present, to reveal the Eurocentric foundations of the discipline. This second part completes my critical historiography by revealing how