6 edition of Politics Without Sovereignty found in the catalog.
February 28, 2007
Written in English
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Sovereignty, in political theory, the ultimate overseer, or authority, in the decision-making process of the state and in the maintenance of order. The concept of sovereignty—one of the most controversial ideas in political science and international law—is closely related to the difficult concepts of state and government and of independence and democracy. As an overseas department of France, Guadeloupe is one of a handful of non-independent societies in the Caribbean that seem like political exceptions—or even paradoxes—in our current postcolonial era. In Non-Sovereign Futures, Yarimar Bonilla wrestles with the conceptual arsenal of political modernity—challenging contemporary notions of freedom, sovereignty, .
The monopoly on violence or the monopoly of the legitimate use of physical force is a core concept of modern public law, which goes back to Jean Bodin's work Les Six livres de la République and Thomas Hobbes' book the defining conception of the state, it was first described in sociology by Max Weber in his essay Politics as a Vocation (). The Sovereignty Wars is intended to help today’s policymakers think more clearly about what is actually at stake in the sovereignty debate and to provide some criteria for determining when it .
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Politics without Sovereignty lifts this defense to a higher plane. Together, the editors and contributors advance a defense of sovereignty that is at once analytical, normative, and deeply political. It is a volume that will confront and provoke, and in so doing fuel debate and, in turn, insight.".
Politics Without Sovereignty book Reus-Smit, Author: Philip Cunliffe. Politics Without Sovereignty: A Critique of Contemporary International Relations. Written by leading scholars, this book challenges the recent trend in international relations scholarship - Politics Without Sovereignty book common antipathy to sovereignty/5.
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"Echoing Churchill's famous aphorism about democracy, Politics without Sovereignty argues that the sovereign state is the worst form of governance except for all others. In a forceful post-revisionist critique, the editors and contributors contend that only the sovereign state allows both collective agency and political accountability.
Politics without Sovereignty lifts this defense to a higher plane. Together, the editors and contributors advance a defense of sovereignty that is at once analytical, normative, and deeply political.
It is a volume that will confront and provoke, and in so doing fuel debate and, in turn, insight."/5(3). The authors claim that this positive idea of sovereignty as self-determination remains integral to politics both at the domestic and international levels. Politics Without Sovereignty will be of great interest to students and scholars of political science, international relations, security studies, international law, development and European studies.
From state of war to state of nature: human security and sovereignty By TARA MCCORMACK Of the many developments in international relations since the end of the Cold War, perhaps none has received so much official attention, energy and Cited by: 2. The traditional idea of sovereignty as autonomy, or freedom from external interference, faces a serious challenge in the idea of ‘sovereignty as responsibility’.
This new doctrine holds that state sovereignty cannot be restricted to inviolable legal by: Politics without Sovereignty lifts this defense to a higher plane.
Together, the editors and contributors advance a defense of sovereignty that is at once analytical, normative, and deeply political. It is a volume that will confront and provoke, and in so doing fuel debate and, in turn, insight.".Format: Paperback.
Politics without Sovereignty challenges this ‘unholy alliance’ against sovereignty. 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.
Politics Without Sovereignty: A Critique of Contemporary International Relations by Bickerton/Cunli and a great selection of related books, art. Politics Without Sovereignty by Christopher Bickerton,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(3).
The book contributes to debates within political science on sovereignty, citizenship, cosmopolitanism, human rights and global justice. In particular, the new politics of borders reveal a sovereignty that is not waning, but changing, expanding beyond the state carapace and engaging certain logics of by: 5.
Book, Online in English Politics without sovereignty: a critique of contemporary international relations edited by Christopher J. Bickerton, Philip Cunliffe and Alexander Gourevitch. Oxon ; New York: University College London Press, 1 online resource (xiii, Politics Without Sovereignty: A Critique of Contemporary International Relations.
Routledge, pp. Over the last half century, champions of state sovereignty have been on the defensive. Global flows of goods, people, and ideas have eroded the autonomy and the authority of states. Book Review: David Campbell, Politics Without Principle: Sovereignty, Ethics and the Narratives of the Gulf War (Boulder, CO: Lynne Reinner,pp., $Of.
hbk.) Ole Wæver Millennium 1, Cited by: 1. BOOK ONE Part I Every state is a community of some kind, and every community is es- if all communities aim at some good, the state or political community, which is the highest of all, and which embraces all the rest, aims at good in a greater degree than any place there must be a union of those who cannot exist without each other.
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[Christopher J Bickerton; Philip Cunliffe; Alexander Gourevitch;] -- "The classical doctrine of sovereignty is widely seen as totalitarian, producing external aggression and internal repression.
This book attempts to challenge the trend in international relations.Unsettling Food Politics is an extraordinary rethinking of food sovereignty politics beyond formal sovereignty structures and discriminatory discourses of settler-colonial states. Fashioning a reflexive historical method to construct a substantive sovereignty of indigeneity, Mayes raises profound ethical questions for food sovereignty movements.'Adler-Nissen’s book stands out for its grounding in political sociology and its admirable demonstration of what the 'practice turn' in IR can contribute to the field.
The book also very helpfully includes several appendices on methodology, which will no doubt be of great use to other researchers and students who want to emulate Adler-Nissen Cited by: