Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Ikenberry: Power, Order, and Change in World Politics

G. John Ikenberry (Princeton Univ. - Politics and Woodrow Wilson School) has published Power, Order, and Change in World Politics (Cambridge Univ. Press 2014). Contents include:
  • G. John Ikenberry, Introduction
  • Charles A. Kupchan, Unpacking hegemony: the social foundations of hierarchical order
  • David A. Lake, Dominance and subordination in world politics: authority, liberalism, and stability in the modern international order
  • G. John Ikenberry, The logic of order: Westphalia, liberalism, and the evolution of international order in the modern era
  • William C. Wohlforth, Hegemonic decline and hegemonic war revisited
  • Jonathan Kirshner, Gilpin approaches War and Change: a classical realist in structural drag
  • Michael Mastanduno, Order and change in world politics: the financial crisis and the breakdown of the US-China grand bargain
  • Daniel Deudney, Hegemony, nuclear weapons, and liberal hegemony
  • Barry Buzan, Brilliant but now wrong: a sociological and historical sociological assessment of Gilpin's War and Change in World Politics
  • John A. Hall, Nations, states, and empires