Assembling Exclusive Expertise: Knowledge, Ignorance and Conflict Resolution in the Global South
Western Dominance in International Relations?: The Internationalisation of IR in Brazil and India
Constructing a Chinese School of International Relations: Ongoing Debates and Sociological Realities
International Institutions in World History: Divorcing International Relations Theory from the State and Stage Models
Anna Leander, Ole Waever
July 01, 2018
This book looks at the worlding of the Global South in the process of assembling conflict resolution expertise. Anna Leander, Ole Waever and their contributors pursue this ambition by following the experts, institutions, databases and creative expressions that are assembled into conflict...
June 01, 2018
Since the 1970’s, a "critical" movement has been developing in the humanities and social sciences denouncing the existence of a "Western dominance" over the worldwide production and circulation of knowledge. However, thirty years after the emergence of this promising agenda in International...
Yongjin Zhang, Teng-Chi Chang
February 05, 2018
This edited volume offers arguably the first systemic and critical assessment of the debates about and contestations to the construction of a putative Chinese School of IR as sociological realities in the context of China’s rapid rise to a global power status. Contributors to this volume...
January 12, 2018
This book examines how Indigenous peoples’ rights and Indigenous rights movements represent an important and often overlooked shift in international politics - a shift that powerful states are actively resisting in a multitude of ways. While Indigenous peoples are often dismissed as marginal...
Nassef Manabilang Adiong, Raffaele Mauriello, Deina Abdelkader
December 30, 2017
This edited volume presents Islam as a conceptualization of ideas that affect people’s thinking and behavior in their capacity to relate with IR as both discipline and practice. Islam is not conceived and studied simply in theological terms, but analyzed from different viewpoints that engage with a...
Helen Louise Turton
October 26, 2017
This work seeks to explore the widely held assumption that the discipline of International Relations is dominated by American scholars, approaches and institutions. It proceeds by defining 'dominance' along Gramscian lines and then identifying different ways in which such dominance could be...
October 26, 2017
This book looks at the development of thinking about security in Brazil between 1930 and 2010. In order to do so, it develops a new framework for thinking about intellectual history in Brazil and applies it to the development of knowledge on security in that country. Building on the Gramscian...
May 04, 2017
This volume uses the concept of ‘norms’ to initiate a long overdue conversation between the constructivist and postcolonial scholarships on how to appraise the ordering processes of international politics. Drawing together insights from a broad range of scholars, it evaluates what it means to...
December 13, 2016
This book presents a case for a basic reorientation of International Relations away from the state and towards the study of social institutions in the sense of patterned practices, ideas and norms/rules. IR has always suffered from a parochial occupation with the state and the Western system of...
December 02, 2016
This book offers a critical engagement with contemporary IR textbooks via a novel folklorist approach. Two parts of the folklorist approach are developed, addressing story structures via resemblances to two fairy tales, and engaging with the role of authors via framing gestures. The book not only...
November 08, 2016
Drawing on scholarly and life experience on, and over, the historically posited borders between "West" and "East," the work identifies, interrogates, and challenges a particular, enduring, violent inheritance – what it means to cross over a border – from the classical origins of Western political...
October 11, 2016
Why is the French International Relations (IR) discipline different from the transnational-American discipline? By analysing argument structures in research articles across time, this book shows how the discipline in France is caught between the American character of the discipline and the French...