Friday, January 27, 2017

Dunne & Reus-Smit: The Globalization of International Society

Tim Dunne (Univ. of Queensland - International Relations) & Christian Reus-Smit (Univ. of Queensland - International Relations) have published The Globalization of International Society (Oxford Univ. Press 2017). Contents include:
  • Christian Reus-Smit & Tim Dunne, Introduction
  • Christian Reus-Smit & Tim Dunne, The Globalization of International Society
  • Andrew Phillips, International Systems
  • Heather Rae, Patterns of Identification on the Cusp of Globalization
  • Hendrik Spruyt, Economies and Economic Integration Across Eurasia in the Early Modern Period
  • Neta C. Crawford, The Making of International Society from an Indigenous Perspective
  • Richard Devetak & Emily Tannock, Imperial Rivalry and the First Global War
  • Jennifer M. Welsh, Empire and Fragmentation
  • Paul Keal, Beyond 'War in the Strict Sense'
  • Jacinta O'Hagan, The Role of Civilization in the Globalization of International Society
  • Yongjin Zhang, Worlding China, 1500-1800
  • Barry Buzan, Universal Sovereignty
  • Ian Clark, Hierarchy, Hegemony, and the Norms of International Society
  • Gerry Simpson, The Globalization of International Law
  • Mark Beeson and Stephen Bell, The Impact of Economic Structures on Institutions and States
  • Hun Joon Kim, Universal Human Rights
  • Sarah Teitt, Sovereignty as Responsibility
  • Ian Hall, The 'Revolt Against the West' Revisited
  • Audie Klotz, Racial Inequality
  • Ann E. Towns, Gender, Power, and International Society
  • Lene Hansen, Communication
  • Tim Dunne & Christian Reus-Smit, Conclusion