Ordering The International: History, Change and Transformation (A World of Whose Making?)

Ordering The International: History, Change and Transformation (A World of Whose Making?) by William Brown, Simon Bromley, Suma Athreye

ISBN10: 0745321380
ISBN13: 978-0745321387
Author: William Brown, Simon Bromley, Suma Athreye
Title: Ordering The International: History, Change and Transformation (A World of Whose Making?)
Publisher: Pluto Press (July 26, 2004)
Language: English
Size ePub: 1713 kb
Size PDF: 1309 kb
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Subcategory: Social Sciences

Ordering The International: History, Change and Transformation (A World of Whose Making?) by William Brown, Simon Bromley, Suma Athreye



Ordering the International is a new textbook which teaches the core themes of International Studies in an innovative way. It asks:• Can we analyse international order as a whole, and if so, how?• How can we best understand and explain the processes of international interaction and the kinds of order and disorder with which they are associated?• Is the contemporary international system changing and, if so, by whose agency?Ideal for students in International Studies, the book analyses the historical origins, evolution and transformation of three sectors of the modern international system: the political, the socio-cultural, and the economic-technological. Drawing on a combination of approaches and debates, it concludes by discussing theories of international order and contending claims about its transformation. Ordering the International will provide you with the knowledge and skills to understand, and participate in, key debates about the world in which we live.

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