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ISBN: 978-3-8474-2328-7

Revisiting Regionalism and the Contemporary World Order

Perspectives from the BRICS and beyond

Erscheinungsdatum : 28.10.2019

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ISBN: 978-3-8474-2328-7

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The book critically analyzes the ongoing changes in the regional, intra-regional, and global dynamics of cooperation, from a multi-disciplinary and pluralist perspective. It is based on the insight that in a post-hegemonic world the formation of regions and the process of globalization can be largely disconnected from the orbit of the US, and that a plurality of power and worldviews has replaced US hegemony. In spite of these changes, most existing analyses of current changes in the world order still rely upon Western-centered approaches, and Westphalian thinking. Against this backdrop, the book proposes to advance a truly global IR understanding of the post-hegemonic world, and weaves together the pluralist and multi-disciplinary perspectives of scholars located all around the world.

The book explores different questions, for example the status and role of BRICS in the changing international order; how countries in the Global South can use regionalism to change the world order; the competing worldviews that manifest themselves in the institutional variety of regionalism; and, most importantly, how all these changes push International Relations as a field to become more global, or at least to go beyond Westphalian thinking – thus bringing the role of multilateralism back to the discussion.

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The editors:

Dr. Élise Féron is a lecturer and senior researcher at the Tampere Peace Research Institute, Tampere University, Finland.
Prof. Jyrki Käkönen is professor emeritus at the School of Management, Tampere University, Finland.
Gabriel Rached is associate professor and researcher at Fluminense Federal University, Brazil.

Target group: researchers, lecturers and students in international relations,political science, international political economy, international development

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978-3-8474-2328-7

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978-3-8474-1497-1

Format

A5

Scope

302

Year of publication

2019

Date of publication

28.10.2019

Language

Englisch

Edition

1.

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Autor*innen

Élise Féron
Jyrki Käkönen
Gabriel Rached

Schlagwörter

BRICS, Globalisation, Globalization, international relations, IPSA World Congress 2021, Multilateralism, Regions

Description

Description

The book critically analyzes the ongoing changes in the regional, intra-regional, and global dynamics of cooperation, from a multi-disciplinary and pluralist perspective. It is based on the insight that in a post-hegemonic world the formation of regions and the process of globalization can be largely disconnected from the orbit of the US, and that a plurality of power and worldviews has replaced US hegemony. In spite of these changes, most existing analyses of current changes in the world order still rely upon Western-centered approaches, and Westphalian thinking. Against this backdrop, the book proposes to advance a truly global IR understanding of the post-hegemonic world, and weaves together the pluralist and multi-disciplinary perspectives of scholars located all around the world.

The book explores different questions, for example the status and role of BRICS in the changing international order; how countries in the Global South can use regionalism to change the world order; the competing worldviews that manifest themselves in the institutional variety of regionalism; and, most importantly, how all these changes push International Relations as a field to become more global, or at least to go beyond Westphalian thinking – thus bringing the role of multilateralism back to the discussion.

Table of Contents (pdf)

The editors:

Dr. Élise Féron is a lecturer and senior researcher at the Tampere Peace Research Institute, Tampere University, Finland.
Prof. Jyrki Käkönen is professor emeritus at the School of Management, Tampere University, Finland.
Gabriel Rached is associate professor and researcher at Fluminense Federal University, Brazil.

Target group: researchers, lecturers and students in international relations,political science, international political economy, international development

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Publisher

ISBN

978-3-8474-2328-7

eISBN

978-3-8474-1497-1

Format

A5

Scope

302

Year of publication

2019

Date of publication

28.10.2019

Language

Englisch

Edition

1.

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Élise Féron
Jyrki Käkönen
Gabriel Rached

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