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International relations scholarship around the world / edited by Arlene B. Tickner and Ole Waever.

Contributor(s): Tickner, Arlene B, 1964- | Waever, Ole, 1960-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: JZ1251 .I58 2009Series: Worlding beyond the West.Publication: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, 2009Description: xiv, 351 p. : ill.Notes: Includes index.ISBN: 9780415772358; 0415772354; 9780415772365 (pbk.); 0415772362 (pbk.).Subject(s): International relations and culture | Postcolonialism
Contents:
1 Introduction: geocultural epistemologies / Ole Waever, Arlene B. Tickner -- 2 Latin America : still policy dependent after all these years? / Arlene B. Tickner -- 3 South Africa : between history and a hard place / Maxi Schoeman -- 4 Africa : teaching IR where it's not supposed to be / Cirino Hiteng Ofuho -- 5 Japan, Korea, and Taiwan : are one hundred flowers about to blossom? / Takashi Inoguchi -- 6 China : between copying and constructing / Yiwei Wang -- 7 Southeast Asia : theory and praxis in International Relations / See Seng Tan -- 8 South Asia : a "realist" past and alternative futures / Navnita Chadha Behera -- 9 Iran : accomplishments and limitations in IR / Mahmood Sariolghalam -- 10 Arab countries : the object worlds back -- IR theory : contributions from research in the Middle East / Bahgat Korany -- Reflections on the state of IR in the Arab region / Karim Makdisi -- 11 Israel : the development of a discipline in a unique setting / Arie M. Kacowicz -- 12 Turkey : towards homegrown theorizing and building a disciplinary community / Ersel Aydinli and Julie Mathews -- 13 Russia : IR at a crossroads / Alexander Sergounin -- 14 Central and Eastern Europe : between continuity and change / Petr Drulak, Jan Karlas, and Lucie Konigova -- 15 Western Europe : structure and strategy at the national and regional levels / Jorg Friedrichs and Ole Waever -- 16 The "crimson world" : the Anglo core, the post-Imperial non-core, and the hegemony of American IR / Wayne S. Cox and Kim Richard Nossal -- 17 The parochialism of hegemony : challenges for "American" International Relations / Thomas J. Biersteker -- 18 Conclusion: worlding where the West once was / Arlene B. Tickner and Ole Waever.
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1 Introduction: geocultural epistemologies / Ole Waever, Arlene B. Tickner -- 2 Latin America : still policy dependent after all these years? / Arlene B. Tickner -- 3 South Africa : between history and a hard place / Maxi Schoeman -- 4 Africa : teaching IR where it's not supposed to be / Cirino Hiteng Ofuho -- 5 Japan, Korea, and Taiwan : are one hundred flowers about to blossom? / Takashi Inoguchi -- 6 China : between copying and constructing / Yiwei Wang -- 7 Southeast Asia : theory and praxis in International Relations / See Seng Tan -- 8 South Asia : a "realist" past and alternative futures / Navnita Chadha Behera -- 9 Iran : accomplishments and limitations in IR / Mahmood Sariolghalam -- 10 Arab countries : the object worlds back -- IR theory : contributions from research in the Middle East / Bahgat Korany -- Reflections on the state of IR in the Arab region / Karim Makdisi -- 11 Israel : the development of a discipline in a unique setting / Arie M. Kacowicz -- 12 Turkey : towards homegrown theorizing and building a disciplinary community / Ersel Aydinli and Julie Mathews -- 13 Russia : IR at a crossroads / Alexander Sergounin -- 14 Central and Eastern Europe : between continuity and change / Petr Drulak, Jan Karlas, and Lucie Konigova -- 15 Western Europe : structure and strategy at the national and regional levels / Jorg Friedrichs and Ole Waever -- 16 The "crimson world" : the Anglo core, the post-Imperial non-core, and the hegemony of American IR / Wayne S. Cox and Kim Richard Nossal -- 17 The parochialism of hegemony : challenges for "American" International Relations / Thomas J. Biersteker -- 18 Conclusion: worlding where the West once was / Arlene B. Tickner and Ole Waever.

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