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Theory and framework
Boyka Stefanova

influential third powers, international organisations, structural interdependence, and liberal internationalism. The objective is to identify the elements and causal paths of integration with a capacity to resolve conflict and to contribute new insights into the intriguing relationship between European integration and peace. Building upon the proposition about the transformative nature of European governance

in The Europeanisation of conflict resolution
British European discourses 2007–10
Oliver Daddow

the modern international system. At the end of the Cold War, Brown said near the start of the speech, ‘no one foresaw the scale of the dramatic and seismic shifts in economy, culture and communications that are now truly global’. Brown’s views on globalization provided the second point of continuity between himself and his predecessor – that states have to live in an ‘interdependent’ world and make the best of it rather than fight against it: we cannot any longer escape the consequences of our interdependence. The old distinction between ‘over there’ and

in New Labour and the European Union
Systems and structures in an age of upheaval
Torbjørn L. Knutsen

experiencing an increasing degree of integration, he argued in his book Beyond the Nation-State ( 1964 ). The analyses of Deutsch, Mitrany and Haas contributed importantly to the study of European integration. The theoretical core of their argument was simple; they had, in fact, revived the old, half-forgotten theory of interdependence (Seebohm 1871 ; Angell 1910 ). But they had also expanded upon it and refined it. Mitrany and Haas had, for example, used their observations to criticize federalist theory and pave the way for alternative theories of integration

in A history of International Relations theory (third edition)
Are there agreed components?
Sophie A. Whiting

and the decision makers. The French and American revolutions reshaped republicanism by removing its monarchical and aristocratic tendencies and applying it to whole nations rather than just small states or communities, as well as attaching modern democratic principles, such as freedom, interdependence and civic virtue to collectively provide the foundations of liberty, equality and fraternity, which are discussed further below. Principles and aspirations Republican political thought goes far deeper than a form of government in which sovereignty rests with the people

in Spoiling the peace?
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Becoming contemporary
Torbjørn L. Knutsen

interdependence Nationalism, industrialism and imperialism affected the behaviour of nineteenth-century states. Two additional factors also affected the behaviour of states – or rather, shaped the way statesmen and scholars perceived state relations: ‘interdependence’ and ‘evolution’. Both factors made deep marks on late nineteenth-century International Relations theory. Also, they informed the first efforts to build a science of international politics and they cast long shadows over International Relations International Relations theorizing for many decades

in A history of International Relations theory (third edition)
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Globalization theory and India
Sagarika Dutt

the Introduction advent of nuclear weapons are some twentieth century developments that have led to thinking in terms of the global. In the late 1960s, Marshall McLuhan’s idea of a ‘global village’ provided more food for thought. But the World Wide Web is proof of the virtual world we live in and since the 1990s it has completely revolutionized the way we live. At the theoretical level there are many concepts related to globalization: interdependence/complex interdependence; transnationalism; world society; the cobweb model.There are, however, differences between

in India in a globalized world
Iseult Honohan

authority does have the effect of framing interdependence in such a way as to make self-government between people necessary. Within states over time, interdependencies grow, making individual personal and political autonomy more interdependent on others than before. Even in the contemporary context of globalization, the authority of bounded states has the effect of creating multiply reiterated relations of interdependence. The

in Democratic inclusion
Umberto Tulli

the environment. His combination of modernity and conservatism, as well as his ability to maintain a balance between religious devoutness and respect for the separation of church and state, helped to appeal to both religious and secular voters. 66 As his campaign gained strength, Carter began talking about foreign affairs. His proposals were vague enough to appeal to as many voters as possible. He promised more attention to the new challenges of interdependence, disarmament and international trade; better relations with allies; a new policy for less

in A precarious equilibrium
Christopher Ansell and Jacob Torfing

study of governance networks: interdependence theory and governability theory . Both theories tend to view social and political action as driven by institutionally conditioned calculations of rational actors, but they differ in their view on the prospect for overcoming conflicts and facilitating collaboration among multiple stakeholders with diverging interests. Interdependence theory is firmly anchored in historical institutionalism (Kickert et al. 1997; Rhodes 1997a ; Jessop 1998 ). It defines governance networks as an inter

in Foreign policy as public policy?
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Caring performance, performing care
Amanda Stuart Fisher

performances can be caring, responsive and attentive but also how social, medical and ecological practices of care can be understood as being artful, aesthetic, rehearsed and performative. Correlatively, the critical discussions in this book also call for reflection on performance practices that are uncaring , that are not constructed around an affective attentiveness towards the other and that devalue relationships of interdependence; for example, practices that instrumentalise participation or that inadvertently predetermine or enforce certain narratives of change and

in Performing care