International Society and its Critics

Paperback | January 27, 2005

EditorAlex J. Bellamy

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This title includes the following features: Major new evaluation of the influential English School's contribution to International Relations theory; Focusses on all the key contemporary, international, political issues; Contains a mixture of theoretical and empirical issues, presented byleading scholars

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This title includes the following features: Major new evaluation of the influential English School's contribution to International Relations theory; Focusses on all the key contemporary, international, political issues; Contains a mixture of theoretical and empirical issues, presented byleading scholars

Alex J. Bellamy is a Lecturer in Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Queensland.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:348 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.83 inPublished:January 27, 2005Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199265208

ISBN - 13:9780199265206

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Table of Contents

Alex J. Bellamy: Introduction: The English School and International SocietyPart 1: International Society, International Theory, and International History1. Hidemi Suganami: The English School and International Theory2. Richard Little: The English School and World History3. Tim Dunne: The New Agenda4. Christian Reus-Smit: The Constructivist Turn and the Challenge of September 11Part 2: Critical Engagements5. Roger Spegele: Traditional Political Realism and the Writing of History6. Barry Buzan: The Challenge of Globalization and International Political Economy7. Paul Williams: Critical Security Studies8. Matthew Paterson: Global Economic Governance9. Jacqui True: Feminism10. Roland Bleiker: Order and DisorderPart 3:11. Richard Falk: (Re)Imagining the Governance of Globalization12. Jacinta O'Hagan: Between Universal Order and Diversity: The Question of Culture13. Richard Devetak: Violence, Order, and Terror14. Terry Nardin: Justice and Coercion15. Justin Morris: The Security Council and Global Governance16. Nicholas J. Wheeler and Alex J. Bellamy: Law and Power: Britain and the Wars in Kosovo and IraqAlex J. Bellamy: Conclusion: Whither International Society?