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International Orders.

By: Hall, John R.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Hoboken : Wiley, 2013Description: 1 online resource (226 p.).ISBN: 9780745677316.Subject(s): Eurocentrism | Order | World politicsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: International OrdersDDC classification: 327.1 LOC classification: D32 .H358 2013Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; Preface; 1 Groundwork; Key Concepts; Ideal Types of International Order; Bringing History Back In; An Elective Affinity; 2 The European System; Imperial Order; Trahison des Clercs; Murky Waters; Countering Eurocentrism; Conclusion; 3 The Age of Revolutions; False Dawn; A Pax Britannica?; Traders and Heroes; Bonhomie and Barbarism; Conclusion; 4 La Paix Belliqueuse; Power and the Pursuit of Peace; The Rise and Fall of the Third World; The End of American Hegemony?; An Absolute Collapse; Conclusion; 5 Results of the Inquiry
Analytic SummarySpecial Brew; Patterns of Integration and Disintegration; Knowledge, Morality, and Action; Index
Summary: This book examines the different ways in which order has been achieved in world affairs with a view to understanding current political dilemmas and opportunities. International Ordersbegins by distinguishing between world order and international order in the spirit of Hedley Bull. This leads to an analysis of five different principles of international order - the principles of the balance of power, the concert of great powers, liberal regimes, interdependence, and the exercise of hegemony. However, principles of international order are rarely simply clear cut in their operations, they
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Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; Preface; 1 Groundwork; Key Concepts; Ideal Types of International Order; Bringing History Back In; An Elective Affinity; 2 The European System; Imperial Order; Trahison des Clercs; Murky Waters; Countering Eurocentrism; Conclusion; 3 The Age of Revolutions; False Dawn; A Pax Britannica?; Traders and Heroes; Bonhomie and Barbarism; Conclusion; 4 La Paix Belliqueuse; Power and the Pursuit of Peace; The Rise and Fall of the Third World; The End of American Hegemony?; An Absolute Collapse; Conclusion; 5 Results of the Inquiry

Analytic SummarySpecial Brew; Patterns of Integration and Disintegration; Knowledge, Morality, and Action; Index

This book examines the different ways in which order has been achieved in world affairs with a view to understanding current political dilemmas and opportunities. International Ordersbegins by distinguishing between world order and international order in the spirit of Hedley Bull. This leads to an analysis of five different principles of international order - the principles of the balance of power, the concert of great powers, liberal regimes, interdependence, and the exercise of hegemony. However, principles of international order are rarely simply clear cut in their operations, they

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John A. Hall is a Professor of Sociology at McGill University.

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