The Closure Of The International System

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The Closure Of The International System

Author : Lora Anne Viola
ISBN : 9781108482257
Genre : Political Science
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As global governance appears to become more inclusive and democratic, many scholars argue that international institutions act as motors of expansion and democratization. The Closure of the International System challenges this view, arguing that the history of the international system is a series of institutional closures, in which institutions such as diplomacy, international law, and international organizations make rules to legitimate the inclusion of some actors and the exclusion of others. While international institutions facilitate collective action and common goods, Viola's closure thesis demonstrates how these gains are achieved by limiting access to rights and resources, creating a stratified system of political equals and unequals. The coexistence of equality and hierarchy is a constitutive feature of the international system and its institutions. This tension is relevant today as multilateral institutions are challenged by disaffected citizens, non-Western powers, and established great powers discontent with the distribution of political rights and authority.
Category: Political Science

At The Edge Of International Relations

Author : Phillip Darby
ISBN : UOM:39015040656632
Genre : Political Science
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In today's growing literature on globalization, the Third World is often conspicuously absent. This book examines the reasons for and meanings of this absence and the Third World's position on the "edge" of the global economy, drawing on an array of sources from literary narrative and nineteenth-century medical discourse to postmodernist geography and postcolonial theory.
Category: Political Science

Party System Closure

Author : Fernando Casal Bértoa
ISBN : 9780198823605
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Party System Closure maps trends in interparty relations in Europe from 1848 until 2019. It investigates how the length of democratic experience, the institutionalization of individual parties, the fragmentation of parliaments, and the support for anti-establishment parties, shape the degree of institutionalization of party systems. The analyses presented answer the questions of whether predictability in partisan interactions is necessary for the survival of democratic regimes and whether it improves or undermines the quality of democracy. The developments of party politics at the elite level are contrasted with the dynamics of voting behaviour. The comparisons of distinct historical periods and of macro-regions provide a comprehensive picture of the European history of party competition and cooperation. The empirical overview presented in the book is based on a novel conceptual framework and features party composition data of more than a thousand European governments. Party systems are analysed in terms of poles and blocs, and the degree of closure and of polarization is related to a new party system typology. The book demonstrates that information collected from partisan interactions at the time of government formation can reveal changes that characterise the party system as a whole. The empirical results confirm that the Cold War period (1945-1989) was exceptionally stable, while the post-Berlin-Wall era shows signs of disintegration, although more at the level of voters than at the level of elites. After three decades of democratic politics in Europe (1990-2019), the West and the South are looking increasingly like the East, especially in terms of the level of party de-institutionalization. The West and the South are becoming more polarised than the East, but in terms of parliamentary fragmentation, the party systems of the South and the East are converging, while the West is diverging from the rest with its increasingly high number of parties. As far as our central concept, party system closure, is concerned, thanks to the gradual process of stabilization in the East, and the recent de-institutionalization in the West and South, the regional differences are declining. Comparative Politics is a series for researchers, teachers, and students of political science that deals with contemporary government and politics. Global in scope, books in the series are characterised by a stress on comparative analysis and strong methodological rigour. The series is published in association with the European Consortium for Political Research. For more information visit: www.ecprnet.eu. The series is edited by Susan Scarrow, Chair of the Department of Political Science, University of Houston, and Jonathan Slapin, Professor of Political Institutions and European Politics, Department of Political Science, University of Zurich.
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International Relations

Author : Richard A. Higgott
ISBN : UCSD:31822007676059
Genre : Australia
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Category: Australia

Theories Of International Relations

Author : Stephen Chan
ISBN : STANFORD:36105114534352
Genre : International relations
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Comprises 80 articles representing the most influential theoretical writings by international relations scholars. Introduced by an essay from Stephen Chan and Cerwyn Moore, the four thematically organised volumes cover the major traditions of IR theory. Together these four volumes provide broad coverage of the subject and historical depth.
Category: International relations

International Intertextual Relations

Author : James Der Derian
ISBN : UOM:39015013930774
Genre : Political Science
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Drawing on the philosophies and intellectual approaches of numerous contemporary social critics (Nietzche, Foucault, Barthes, among others), this collection sheds light on the relationship between international theory and political power. Using such disciplines as geneaology, deconstruction, semiotics, feminist psychoanalytical theory, and intertextualism, these readings address such diverse topics as: sovereignty, terrorism, the psychology of war, nuclear criticism, strategic culture. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Category: Political Science

Metu Studies In Development

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ISBN : UOM:39015084844383
Genre : Economic development
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Category: Economic development

A Hundred Years Of International Relations

Author : F. S. Northedge
ISBN : STANFORD:36105004657230
Genre : International relations
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Category: International relations

International Relations Since 1945

Author : John Dunbabin
ISBN : 058249365X
Genre : History
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This book is an account of the Cold War itself, focusing on the USA and the USSR and their immediate allies. Though the scope of the volume is necessarily global, its center of gravity is the Superpowers themselves and their respective spheres of influence in a divided Europe.
Category: History

China S International Relations In Asia

Author : Mingjiang Li
ISBN : 0415484839
Genre : Political Science
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This new Major Work is fully indexed and includes a comprehensive index, newly written by the editor, which places the collected material in its historical and intellectual context. It is destined to be valued by scholars, students and researchers.
Category: Political Science