Dialogue of the “Globals”: Connecting Global IR to Global Intellectual History

  title={Dialogue of the “Globals”: Connecting Global IR to Global Intellectual History},
  author={Deniz Kuru},
  journal={All Azimuth: A Journal of Foreign Policy and Peace},
  • Deniz Kuru
  • Published 11 May 2020
  • Art
  • All Azimuth: A Journal of Foreign Policy and Peace
This study aims to provide an exploratory analysis of Global IR, by pointing to its novelty as a tool for expanding our disciplinary frameworks, and furthermore, by connecting it to the quite simultaneously emerging field of Global Intellectual History. Such an approach enables a more comprehensive understanding of the dynamics that have led to an overall focus on the “global.” The first part elaborates how the idea of Global IR has emerged as a novel disciplinary tool, and pinpoints the… 
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