Problematic Sovereignty: Contested Rules and Political Possibilities by Stephen D. Krasner

Problematic Sovereignty: Contested Rules and Political Possibilities

byStephen D. Krasner

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-- Daniel Deudney, Johns Hopkins University, coeditor of Contested Grounds: Security and Conflict in the New Environmental Politics

Stephen D. Krasner is Graham H. Stuart Professor of International Relations and Senior Fellow at the Institute for International Studies at Stanford University. His publications include Sovereignty: Organized Hypocrisy.
Title:Problematic Sovereignty: Contested Rules and Political PossibilitiesFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:June 19, 2012Publisher:Columbia University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0231505418

ISBN - 13:9780231505413

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Table of Contents

Preface, by Stephen D. Krasner
Problematic Sovereignty, by Stephen D. Krasner
Sovereignty: The Practitioner's Perspective, by Abraham D. Sofaer and Thomas C. Heller
Sovereignty from a World Polity Perspective, by John Boli
The Issue of Sovereignty in the Asian Historical Context, by Mchel Oksenberg
One Sovereign, Two Legal Systems: China and the Problem of Commitment in Hong Kong, by James McCall Smith
The Struggle for Sovereignty between China and Taiwan, by Robert Madsen
The Sovereignty Script: Red Book for Russian Revolutionaries, by Michael McFaul
Belarus and the Flight from Sovereignty, by Coit Blacker and Condoleezza Rice
Compromised Sovreignty to Create Sovereignty: Is Dayton Bosnia Futile Exercise or an Emerging Model?, by Susan L. Woodward
The Road to Palestinian Sovereignty: Problematic Structures or Conventional Obstacles?, by Shibley Telhami
Explaining Variation: Defaults, Coercion, Commitments, by Stephen D. Krasner

Editorial Reviews

Stephen D. Krasner has gathered an interesting set of case studies held together by a powerful analysis that challenges traditional understandings of sovereignty in international relations.