Theorizing foreign policy in a globalized world / edited by Gunther Hellmann, Professor of Political Science, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany, Knud Erik Jørgensen, Professor of International Relations, Aarhus University, Denmark.  (Text) (Text)

Jorgensen, Knud Erik | Hellmann, Gunther, 1960-
Call no.: JZ1242 .T446 2015Series: Palgrave studies in international relations: Publication: Houndsmills, Basingstoke Hampshire ; New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2015Description: x, 254 pISBN: 9781349682904 (pbk.); 134968290X (pbk.); 9781137431905 (hbk.); 1137431903 (hbk.)Subject(s): International relationsPolicy sciencesWorld politicsGlobalizationLOC classification: JZ1242 | .T446 2015
Contents:1. Introduction -- 2. Linking Foreign Policy and Systemic Transformation in Global Politics: Methodized Inquiry in a Deweyan Tradition; Gunther Hellmann -- 3. Foreign Policy in an Age of Globalization; Iver B. Neumann -- 4. Analysing Foreign Policy in an Era of Global Governance; Simon Schunz and Stephan Keukeleire -- 5. Actorhood in World Politics: The Dialects of Agency/Structure within the World Polity; Mathias Albert and Stephan Stetter -- 6. Do We Need Fewer Than 195 Theories of Foreign Policy?; Benjamin Herborth -- 7. 'Identity' in International Relations and Foreign Policy Theory; Ursula Stark Urrestarazu -- 8. Foreign Policy Feedbacks: A Cybernetic Model at the Interface of Foreign Policy Analysis and International Relations; Frank Gadinger and Dirk Peters -- 9. Beliefs and Loyalties in World Politics: A Pragmatist Framework of Analysis; Ulrich Roos -- 10. Foreign Policy as Ethics: Towards a Re-Evaluation of Values; Dan Bulley -- 11. First in Freedom: American Martial Liberal Exceptionalism in International Context; Daniel Deudney and Sunil Vaswani.
Summary: "In an increasingly globalized world, the classic images of foreign policy as a political practice conducted by sovereign states has become increasingly inadequate. However, rather than tackling the transformation of foreign policy as a process of both scholarly and immediate political interest, foreign policy analysis and International Relations theory have become separate fields of study over the past decades, co-existing in a state of mutual and more or less benign neglect. In Theorizing Foreign Policy in a Globalized World, prominent authors address this issue, offering solutions to the analytical deadlock that are both provocative and innovative"--
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. Introduction -- 2. Linking Foreign Policy and Systemic Transformation in Global Politics: Methodized Inquiry in a Deweyan Tradition; Gunther Hellmann -- 3. Foreign Policy in an Age of Globalization; Iver B. Neumann -- 4. Analysing Foreign Policy in an Era of Global Governance; Simon Schunz and Stephan Keukeleire -- 5. Actorhood in World Politics: The Dialects of Agency/Structure within the World Polity; Mathias Albert and Stephan Stetter -- 6. Do We Need Fewer Than 195 Theories of Foreign Policy?; Benjamin Herborth -- 7. 'Identity' in International Relations and Foreign Policy Theory; Ursula Stark Urrestarazu -- 8. Foreign Policy Feedbacks: A Cybernetic Model at the Interface of Foreign Policy Analysis and International Relations; Frank Gadinger and Dirk Peters -- 9. Beliefs and Loyalties in World Politics: A Pragmatist Framework of Analysis; Ulrich Roos -- 10. Foreign Policy as Ethics: Towards a Re-Evaluation of Values; Dan Bulley -- 11. First in Freedom: American Martial Liberal Exceptionalism in International Context; Daniel Deudney and Sunil Vaswani.

"In an increasingly globalized world, the classic images of foreign policy as a political practice conducted by sovereign states has become increasingly inadequate. However, rather than tackling the transformation of foreign policy as a process of both scholarly and immediate political interest, foreign policy analysis and International Relations theory have become separate fields of study over the past decades, co-existing in a state of mutual and more or less benign neglect. In Theorizing Foreign Policy in a Globalized World, prominent authors address this issue, offering solutions to the analytical deadlock that are both provocative and innovative"--

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