Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Maull: The Rise and Decline of the Post-Cold War International Order

Hanns W. Maull (German Institute for International and Security Studies) has published The Rise and Decline of the Post-Cold War International Order (Oxford Univ. Press 2018). Contents include:
  • Hanns W. Maull, Introduction: The International Order: A Framework for Analysis
  • Bernard Hoekman, The International Trade Order: Performance and Challenges
  • Joyeeta Gupta, Climate Change and the Future of International Order
  • Iris Hunger, Coping with Public Health Emergencies of International Concern
  • William Walker, The International Nuclear Order After the Cold War: Enduring Strengths, Recent Setbacks, Persistent Challenges
  • Myriam Dunn Cavelty, Aligning State and Non-State Actors' Security Needs for Order in Cyberspace
  • Wolfgang Richter, The European Peace and Security Order at Risk
  • Volker Perthes & Hanns W. Maull, The Middle Eastern Regional Order
  • Charles E. Morrison, East Asia's Evolving Regional Order and its Global Implications
  • Chaesung Chun, Regional Order in East Asia
  • Daniel Deudney, Hegemonic Disarray - American Internationalisms and World Disorder
  • Marco Overhaus, The United States and Regional Security Orders in the Middle East, East Asia, and Europe
  • Zhongying Pang, China and the Struggle Over the Future of International Order
  • Daniel Krahl, The Paris Agreement - China's Kind of (International) Order?
  • Hanns W. Maull, Conclusions: The Rise and Decline of the Liberal International Order