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Mapping Alternative Models of Global Politics

  title={Mapping Alternative Models of Global Politics},
  author={Luiss and John Cabot},
This paper investigates the principal competing visions of global politics that are currently advanced in the public discourse about globalization in opposition to the traditional state-centered perspective. The first part of the paper develops an analysis of ideal models as cultural resources that grounds the different reading of human bonds. The second part applies the notion of ideal models to the new scenario of globalization, and identifies four alternative interpretations of the notion of… 

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