A world safe for democracy : liberal internationalism and the crises of global order / G. John Ikenberry.Material type: TextSeries: JSTOR eBooksPolitics and culture (New Haven, Conn.): Publisher: New Haven : Yale University Press, Description: 1 online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 0300256094; 9780300256093Subject(s): International relations -- Philosophy | Liberalism | InternationalismGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: A World Safe for Democracy : Liberal Internationalism and the Crises of Global OrderDDC classification: 327.101 LOC classification: JZ1305 | .I34 2020Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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ONE Cracks in the Liberal World Order -- TWO Liberal Democracy and International Relations -- THREE The Nineteenth-Century Origins of Internationalism -- FOUR Wilsonian Internationalism -- FIVE Rooseveltian Internationalism -- SIX The Rise of Liberal Hegemony -- SEVEN Liberalism and Empire -- EIGHT The Crisis of the Post-Cold War Liberal Order -- NINE Mastering Modernity
"A sweeping account of the rise and evolution of liberal internationalism in the modern era. For two hundred years, the grand project of liberal internationalism has been to build a world order that is open, loosely rules-based, and oriented toward progressive ideas. Today this project is in crisis, threatened from the outside by illiberal challengers and from the inside by nationalist-populist movements. This timely book offers the first full account of liberal internationalism's long journey from its nineteenth-century roots to today's fractured political moment. Creating an international "space" for liberal democracy, preserving rights and protections within and between countries, and balancing conflicting values such as liberty and equality, openness and social solidarity, and sovereignty and interdependence--these are the guiding aims that have propelled liberal internationalism through the upheavals of the past two centuries. G. John Ikenberry argues that in a twenty-first century marked by rising economic and security interdependence, liberal internationalism--reformed and reimagined--remains the most viable project to protect liberal democracy."--Publisher description.