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Diplomatic Theory Of International Relations

Author : Paul Sharp
ISBN : 9780521760263
Genre : Political Science
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This book seeks to identify a body or tradition of diplomatic thinking and construct a diplomatic theory of international relations from it.
Category: Political Science

Diplomatic Theory Of International Relations

Author : Paul Sharp
ISBN : 9781139480147
Genre : Political Science
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Diplomacy does not take place simply between states but wherever people live in different groups. Paul Sharp argues that the demand for diplomacy, and the need for the insights of diplomatic theory, are on the rise. In contrast to conventional texts which use international relations theories to make sense of what diplomacy and diplomats do, this book explores what diplomacy and diplomats can contribute to the big theoretical and practical debates in international relations today. Sharp identifies a diplomatic tradition of international thought premised on the way people live in groups, the differences between intra- and inter-group relations, and the perspectives which those who handle inter-group relations develop about the sorts of international disputes which occur. He argues that the lessons of diplomacy are that we should be reluctant to judge, ready to appease, and alert to the partial grounds on which most universal claims about human beings are made.
Category: Political Science

International Security In Practice

Author : Vincent Pouliot
ISBN : 9781139484411
Genre : Political Science
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How do once bitter enemies move beyond entrenched rivalry at the diplomatic level? In one of the first attempts to apply practice theory to the study of International Relations, Vincent Pouliot builds on Pierre Bourdieu's sociology to devise a theory of practice of security communities and applies it to post-Cold War security relations between NATO and Russia. Based on dozens of interviews and a thorough analysis of recent history, Pouliot demonstrates that diplomacy has become a normal, though not a self-evident, practice between the two former enemies. He argues that this limited pacification is due to the intense symbolic power struggles that have plagued the relationship ever since NATO began its process of enlargement at the geographical and functional levels. So long as Russia and NATO do not cast each other in the roles that they actually play together, security community development is bound to remain limited.
Category: Political Science

Face To Face Diplomacy

Author : Marcus Holmes
ISBN : 9781108417075
Genre : Political Science
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Argues that face-to-face interaction undercuts the security dilemma at the interpersonal level by providing a mechanism for understanding intentions.
Category: Political Science

Democracy And Coercive Diplomacy

Author : Kenneth A. Schultz
ISBN : 0521796695
Genre : Political Science
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This book, first published in 2001, argues that political competition between government and opposition parties influences threats in international crises.
Category: Political Science

Diplomacy And The Making Of World Politics

Author : Ole Jacob Sending
ISBN : 9781107099265
Genre : Political Science
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Shows how changing diplomatic practices are central in explaining key dimensions of world politics, from law to war.
Category: Political Science

International Practices

Author : Emanuel Adler
ISBN : 9781139501583
Genre : Political Science
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It is in and through practices - deeds that embody shared intersubjective knowledge - that social life is organized, that subjectivities are constituted and that history unfolds. One can think of dozens of different practices (from balancing, to banking or networking) which constitute the social fabric of world politics. This book brings together leading scholars in fields from international law and humanitarianism to nuclear deterrence and the UN to provide effective new tools to understand a range of pressing issues of the era of globalization. As an entry point to the study of world politics, the concept of practice accommodates a variety of perspectives in a coherent yet flexible fashion and opens the door to much needed interdisciplinary research in international relations. International Practices crystallizes the authors' past research on international practices into a common effort to turn the study of practice into a novel research program in international relations.
Category: Political Science

Crisis Diplomacy

Author : James L. Richardson
ISBN : 0521459877
Genre : Political Science
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Why do some international crises lead to war, while others are resolved peacefully? Does the outcome depend mainly on underlying structural causes, or on decision makers' choices and diplomacy? In this book James Richardson examines nine major international crises from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries in order to explain the differing outcomes of each. The author evaluates the main theories that have served to explain crisis behavior, emphasizing the conflict between theories based on an assumption of rationality, and those which emphasize the nonrational.
Category: Political Science

Contexts Of International Politics

Author : Gary Goertz
ISBN : 0521469724
Genre : Political Science
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This book examines the ways and means by which nation-states interact with their environment. The author proposes a theory of context that examines the way in which system structure, normative environment, and history can act as contexts for decision makers, either as causes, barriers, or by changing meanings. The theoretical and methodological material is illustrated by a number of case studies that apply context theory to specific problems, such as decolonization, USSR-East European relations, and enduring military rivalries.
Category: Political Science

Practice Theory And International Relations

Author : Silviya Lechner
ISBN : 9781108586450
Genre : Political Science
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Are social practices actions, or institutional frameworks of interaction structured by common rules? How do social practices such as signing a cheque differ from international practices such as signing a peace treaty? Traversing the fields of international relations (IR) and philosophy, this book defends an institutionalist conception of practices as part of a general practice theory indebted to Oakeshott, Wittgenstein and Hegel. The proposed practice theory has two core aspects: practice internalism and normative descriptivism. In developing a philosophical analysis of social practices that has a special relevance for international relations, Silviya Lechner and Mervyn Frost depart from Pierre Bourdieu's sociology of practice that dominates the current 'practice turn' in IR. The authors show that the contemporary global realm is constituted by two distinct macro practices - the practice of sovereign states and that of global rights.
Category: Political Science