Saturday, February 10, 2018

Bloomfield & Scott: Norm Antipreneurs and the Politics of Resistance to Global Normative Change

Alan Bloomfield (Univ. of New South Wales) & Shirley V. Scott (Univ. of New South Wales) have published Norm Antipreneurs and the Politics of Resistance to Global Normative Change (Routledge 2017). Contents include:
  • Amitav Acharya, Foreword
  • Alan Bloomfield & Shirley V. Scott, Norm Antipreneurs in World Politics
  • Alan Bloomfield, Resisting the Responsibility to Protect
  • Kenki Adachi, Resisting the Ban on Cluster Munitions
  • Orli Zahava, Resistance to the Emergent Norm to Advance Progress Towards the Complete Elimination of Nuclear Weapons
  • Clifford Bob, Rival Networks and the Conflict over Assassination/ Targeted Killing
  • Alan Bloomfield, Resisting the Emerging ‘Humanitarian Access’ Norm
  • Shirley V. Scott & Lucia Oriana, Resisting Japan’s Promotion of a Norm of Sustainable Whaling
  • Shirley V. Scott, Resisting the Norm of Climate Security
  • Malcolm Campbell-Verduyn, Additional Categories of Agency: ‘Creative Resistors’ to Normative Change in Post-Crisis Global Financial Governance
  • Helen Nesadurai, Contesting Private Sustainability Norms in Primary Commodity Production: Norm Hybridisation in the Palm Oil Sector
  • Frank Harvey & John Mitton, Whose Norm is it Anyway? Mediating Contested Norm-Histories in Iraq (2003) and Syria (2013)
  • Jeffrey S. Lantis, To Boldly Go Where No Country has gone before: U.S. Norm Antipreneurism and the Weaponization of Outer Space
  • William Clapton, Resisting ‘Good Governance’ Norms in the EU’s European Neighbourhood Policy
  • Shirley V. Scott & Alan Bloomfield, Norm Entrepreneurs and Antipreneurs: chalk and cheese, or two faces of the same coin?