After liberalism? [Elektronisk resurs] The future of liberalism in international relations / Edited by Rebekka Friedman, Kevork Oskanian, Ramon Pacheco Pardo.
Pardo, Ramon Pacheco.
- ISBN 9781137303769
- Publicerad: Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan : 2013
- Engelska 328 p.
Serie: Palgrave studies in international relations
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- Introduction-- Rebekka Friedman, Kevork Oskanian and Ramon Pacheco Pardo PART I: LIBERALISM AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORY 1. Liberalism - In Theory and History-- Beate Jahn 2. Liberalism, Democracy and International Law - An English School Approach-- Cornelia Navari 3. Realism Tamed or Liberalism Betrayed? Dystopic Liberalism and the International Order-- Nicholas Rengger 4. Rising Powers: A Realist Analysis-- Brian C. Schmidt and Nabarun Roy PART II: LIBERALISM AND AMERICAN HEGEMONY 5. The Liberal International Order and its Discontents-- G. John Ikenberry 6. Power and the Liberal Order-- Michael Cox 7. American Statecraft in an Era of Domestic Polarisation-- Charles A. Kupchan and Peter L. Trubowitz 8. Neoconservatism, Neoclassical Realism, and the Narcissism of Small Differences-- Jonathan D. Caverley 9. The Liberal International Order Reconsidered-- Christian Reus-Smit PART III: THE DIFFUSION OF LIBERALISM 10. The Paradox of Liberalism in a Globalising World-- Philip G. Cerny 11. Debating China's Rise in China-- Ren Xiao 12. The Export of Liberalism to Russia-- Margot Light 13. Liberal theory and European Integration-- Frank Schimmelfennig 14. Beyond Liberalism? Reflections from the Middle East-- Louise Fawcett Conclusion-- Rebekka Friedman, Kevork Oskanian and Ramon Pacheco Pardo.
- In this collection, leading international scholars provide their perspectives on the continuing role of the liberal paradigm, both as a theoretical approach to international relations, and as an ordering principle of international politics. -- This edited collection addresses the state of liberalism in light of recent crises and shifts within the international system. As economic growth stagnates in the West, power is shifting away from liberalism's heartlands. Liberalism is under attack, both as explanatory theory and as normative prescription. Will liberalism be able to surmount the theoretical and real-world challenges it faces today? In this volume, leading 21st-century thinkers provide their perspectives on the continuing role of the liberal paradigm, both as a theoretical approach to international relations, and as an ordering principle of international politics. The contributors examine liberalism's ability to function in view of its internal contradictions and the increasing complexity of a globalized world; assessing its future in view of the power shifts and political transformations in the international system and providing novel ways of thinking about liberalism's role, both in its practical workings and intellectual implications. The range of international contributors to this volume include Jonathan Caverley, Philip G. Cerny, Michael Cox, Louise Fawcett, G. John Ikenberry, Beate Jahn, Charles A. Kupchan, Margot Light, Cornelia Navari, Nicholas Rengger, Christian Reus-Smit, Nabarun Roy, Frank Schimmelfennig, Brian C. Schmidt, Peter Trubowitz and Ren Xiao.
- "Liberalism is a shape-shifter; it is both championed and critiqued in many different guises. After Liberalism is a very helpful overview of the many different ways that liberalism intersects with the theory and practice of international relations. Equally important, it identifies the protean quality of liberalism as part of its essence. A notable achievement." - Anne-Marie Slaughter, Princeton University, USA and President and CEO, the New America Foundation "The fate of liberalism is a key concern in an age when so much attention is given to the emergence of non-liberal powers, and in this collection Friedman, Oskanian and Pacheco Pardo have produced the single best introduction to this topic currently available. With contributions from leading political and IR theorists, international political economists and area specialists, the range of material covered is available nowhere else in such a coherent and convenient form. Essential reading." - Chris Brown, London School of Economics, UK "Has the great project of liberal international, so influential across the last century, run out of steam? Or do the inexorable realities of growing global interdependence make more relevant than ever the internationalist effort to build a more law governed and cooperative world order? For anyone concerned with these questions - and who isn't - this book is filled with eye-opening, sobering, and trenchant insights, making it an invaluable contribution." - Daniel Deudney, John Hopkins University, USA.
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