A Whole New World: Reinventing International Studies For The Post-western World

Hardcover | August 15, 2011

byPierre P. Lizee

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The consequences of the rise of emerging powers like China and India is becoming the most important topic of debate in international studies. This book focuses on the impact that these changes have on the way we study international politics: if international politics is changing, should we also change international studies?

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The consequences of the rise of emerging powers like China and India is becoming the most important topic of debate in international studies. This book focuses on the impact that these changes have on the way we study international politics: if international politics is changing, should we also change international studies?

PIERRE P. LIZÉE is Chancellor's Research Chair in Global Politics at Brock University, Toronto, Canada. He has held research and teaching posts at the University of California at Berkeley and at McGill University. He has also written Peace, Power, and Resistance in Cambodia: Global Governance and the Failure of International Conflict ...
Format:HardcoverDimensions:288 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.62 inPublished:August 15, 2011Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230280390

ISBN - 13:9780230280397

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Table of Contents

Introduction: Understanding the Post-Western World
PART I: HOW DO WE THINK ABOUT GLOBAL POLITICS?: UNIVERSALS IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
Competing Universals: Realism
Competing Universals: Liberalism
Searching for the Particular: After Constructivism
PART II: WHAT DO WE OVERLOOK?: INTERNATIONAL POLITICS IN THE NON-WESTERN WORLD
Violence, Rationality, and the State
Politics, Economics, and Self-Identity
The Construction of Difference in International Affairs
PART III: WHAT NOW?: REINVENTING INTERNATIONAL STUDIES FOR THE POST-WESTERN WORLD
Reinventing Realism: Power and Violence in the Post-Western World
Reinventing Liberalism: Values and Change in the Post-Western World
The Way Forward: Searching for New Universals in Global Politics
Conclusion