327.101 P957
Principled world politics : the challenge of normative international relations. --
Imp / Ed.:
Lanham, MD, Estados Unidos : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, c2000.
xii, 399 p. ; 24 cm.
Part 1. Introduction. -- 1. The resurgence and metamorphosis of normative international relations: principled commitment and scholarship in a new millennium. -- Part 2. Critical perspectives on international relations. -- 2. Both globalization and sovereignty: re-imagining the political. -- 3. Normative and complexity theories: complementary approaches to world affairs. -- 4. Theory and political practice: reflections on theory building in international relations. -- 5. The uncertain reach of critical theory. -- Part 3. Social justice. -- 6. Global economic inequalities: a growing moral gap. -- 7. Social justice: growing consciousness, receding prospects. -- 8. Collective identity, social movements, and the limits of political dissent in Israel. -- 9. Ecological balance in an era of globalization. -- Part 4. Economic well-being. -- 10. Markets, private property, and the possibility of democracy. -- 11. Reconceptualizing global poverty: globalization, marginalization, and gender. -- 12. The Asian financial crisis: heroes, villains, and accomplices. -- 13. Global backlash: citizen initiatives to counter corporate-led globalization. -- Part 5. Peace. -- 14. Enforcing norms and normalizing enforcement for humane governance. -- 15. The underside of peace: reflections on Aum Shinrikyo. -- 16. An axial age? Imagining peace for the new millennium. -- 17. From a twentieth century of war to a twenty-first century of peace? -- Part 6. Humane governance. -- 18. The normative promise of nonstate actors: a theoretical account of global civil society. -- 19. Technological underdevelopment in the south: the continuing cold war. -- 20. Governance, legitimacy, and security: three scenarios for the twenty-first century. -- 21. The age of revitalization: toward a twenty-first century of active civil society. -- Part 7. Conclusion. -- 22. The emergence of WOMP in the normative tradition: biography and theory. -- 23. Culture, politics, and the sense of ethical: challenges for normative international relations. --
Tomado de Amazon: "Principled World Politics takes stock of contemporary normative international relations and aims to chart the future course of the discipline. The volume brings together the most innovative minds currently working in the field and presents their ideas of how to create a more humane world order. Renowned scholars from around the world explain how to advance the prospects of world peace, economic well-being, social justice, and humane governance. They further examine the changing character of normative theory and how it can more effectively engage contemporary world affairs. As normative IR enjoys a resurgence of interest, this unique and timely volume is the first to systematically organize and present contemporary scholarship and to set out a coherent agenda for the next century." --
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