This Book Breaks New Ground In The Way We Think About International Relations Theory Kees Van Der Pijl Argues That By Making The Nation State The Focus Of International Relations,the Discipline Has Become Euro Centric And A Historical Theories Of Imperialism And Historic Civilizations,and Their Relation To World Order, Have Been Discarded With Than Half The World S Population Living In Cities,with Unprecedented Levels Of Migration,global Politics Is Present On Every Street Corner The International Is No Longer Only A Balance Of Power Among States,but Includes Tribal Relations Making A Comeback In Various Ways.Outlining A New Approach To IR Theory, The Book Makes A Case For A Re Reading Of World History In Terms Of Foreign Relations,and Shows What It Reveals About Both Our Past And Our Future.
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- 256 pages
- Nomads, Empires, States: Modes of Foreign Relations and Political Economy, Volume 1
- Kees van der Pijl
- 25 August 2019 Kees van der Pijl