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    Description de "Politics Without Sovereignty: A Critique of Contemporary International Relations"

    Written by leading scholars, this book challenges the recent trend in international relations scholarship - the common antipathy to sovereignty.The classical doctrine of sovereignty is widely seen as totalitarian, producing external aggression and internal repression. Political leaders and opinion-makers throughout the world claim that the sovereign state is a barrier to efficient global governance and the protection of human rights.Two central claims are advanced in this book. First, that the sovereign state is being undermined not by the pressures of globalization but by a diminished sense of political possibility. Second, the book demonstrates that those who deny the relevance of sovereignty have failed to offer superior alternatives to the sovereign state. Sovereignty remains the best institution to establish clear lines of political authority and accountability, preserving the idea that people shape collectively their own destiny. The authors claim that this positive idea of sovereignty as self-determination remains integral to politics both at the domestic and international levels.This key text will be of great interest to students and scholars of political science, international relations, security studies, international law, development and European studies.

    Détails sur le produit

    • Reliure : Paperback
    • 224  pages
    • Dimensions :  1.4cmx15.4cmx22.8cm
    • Poids : 358.3g
    • Editeur :   Routledge Paru le
    • ISBN :  0415418070
    • EAN13 :  9780415418072
    • Langue : Anglais

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    Written by leading scholars, this book challenges the recent trend in international relations scholarship - the common antipathy to sovereignty.The classical doctrine of sovereignty is widely seen as totalitarian, producing external aggression and internal repression. Political leaders and opinion-makers throughout the world claim that the sovereign state is a barrier to efficient global governance and the protection of human rights.Two central claims are advanced in this book. First, that the sovereign state is being undermined not by the pressures of globalization but by a diminished sense of political possibility. Second, the book demonstrates that those who deny the relevance of sovereignty have failed to offer superior alternatives to the sovereign state. Sovereignty remains the best institution to establish clear lines of political authority and accountability, preserving the idea that people shape collectively their own destiny. The authors claim that this positive idea of sovereignty as self-determination remains integral to politics both at the domestic and international levels.This key text will be of great interest to students and scholars of political science, international relations, security studies, international law, development and European studies.