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International Relations and the New Inequality

International Relations and the New Inequality

Mustapha Kamal Pasha (Editor), Craig N. Murphy (Editor)

ISBN: 978-1-405-10867-6

Aug 2002, Wiley-Blackwell

325 pages

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$62.95

Description

This important anthology includes articles by leading scholars on the theme of International Relations and the New Inequality, concentrating on the nexus between knowledge and power. Theoretically and methodologically diverse, this book appeals to the general reader and the specialist alike interested in reading the shape of our contemporary world.

  • The first collection of its kind on the theme of International Inequality in the field of International Relations.
  • The contributors to this important anthology who are leaders in their respective fields come together for the first time to address the theme of international inequality.
  • An excellent contribution to current debates on globalization, inequality, and the changing architecture of world politics.
Introduction: Mustapha Kamal Pasha and Craig N. Murphy.

1. International/Inequality: R.B.J. Walker.

2. Social Science, Geophilosophy and Inequality: Michael J. Shapiro.

3. Constitutionalizing Inequality and the Clash of Globalizations: Stephen Gill.

4. The United States and the Discipline of International Relations: Hegemonic Country, Hegemonic Discipline? Steve Smith.

5. Must the Advance of Science Advance Global Inequality? Sandra Harding.

6. The Beautiful, Expanding Future of Poverty: Popular Economics as a Psychological Defense: Ashis Nandy.

7. Women’s Capabilities and Social Justice: Martha Nussbaum.

8. Globalization and Inequality: A Plea for Cosmopolitan Justice: Fred R. Dallmayr.


  • The first collection of its kind on the theme of International Inequality in the field of International Relations.

  • The contributors to this important anthology who are leaders in their respective fields come together for the first time to address the theme of international inequality.

  • An excellent contribution to current debates on globalization, inequality, and the changing architecture of world politics.