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by Amitav Acharya,Barry Buzan

eBook Non-Western International Relations Theory: Perspectives On and Beyond Asia (Politics in Asia) download ISBN: 0415474744
Author: Amitav Acharya,Barry Buzan
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (February 7, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 256
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Request PDF On Jan 1, 2010, Ian Hall and others published Non-western International Relations theory: perspectives on and .

The publication of the books by Stephanie G. Neuman, International Relations Theory and the Third World, William Hale and Eberhard Kienle, After the Cold War: Security and Democracy in Africa and Asia, and Raymond L. Bryant and Sinead Bailey, Third World Political Ecology is timely.

This book adds a critically needed voice that specifies areas of deficiency and methods which may allow for alternative and reasonable disciplinary guidance that can finally address the historical inequity within the study of IR. The authors provide key insights to a problematic theme regarding how to overcome colonization of the mind by the limiting and framing scopes of inquiry so as to essentially set an agenda with regard to an entire disciplinary field of academia and its requisite effects.

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Start reading Non-Western International Relations Theory on your Kindle in under a minute. Amitav Acharya is Professor of International Politics at American University, USA. Barry Buzan is Professor of International Relations at the London School of Economics, UK.

Non-Western International Relations Theory. Perspectives on and beyond Asia. As Acharya and Buzan rightly point out in the introduction, Western thinkers are far too dominant and universally read to make sense of global international dynamics. By Amitav Acharya and Barry Buzan (ed. In this sense, the book marks an important step in globalizing the discipline.

Non-Western International Relations Theory: Reflections on and Beyond Asia, with Barry Buzan, Routledge .

Non-Western International Relations Theory: Reflections on and Beyond Asia, with Barry Buzan, Routledge, 2010. Why Govern? Rethinking Demand and Progress in Global Governance, Cambridge University Press, 2016. "Constructing Security and Identity in Southeast Asia," Interview with Amitav Acharya published by the Brown Journal of World Affairs, vo. 1, n. (Winter-Spring 2006), 155–164. Acharya, Amitav (2004). How Ideas Spread: Whose Norms Matter?

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In this book, Acharya and Buzan introduce non-Western IR traditions to a Western IR audience, and challenge the dominance of Western theory. An international team of experts reinforce existing criticisms that IR theory is Western-focused and therefore misrepresents and misunderstands much of world history by introducing the reader to non-Western traditions, literature and histories relevant to how IR is conceptualised. Why Is There No Chinese International Relations Theory?

Non-Western International Relations Theory book. In this book, Acharya and Buzan introduce non-Western IR traditions to a Western IR audience, and challenge the dominance of Western theory.

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Given that the world has moved well beyond the period of Western colonialism, and clearly into a durable period in which non-Western cultures have gained their political autonomy, it is long past time that non-Western voices had a higher profile in debates about international relations, not just as disciples of Western schools of thought, but as inventors of their own approaches. Western IR theory has had the advantage of being the first in the field, and has developed many valuable insights, but few would defend the position that it captures everything we need to know about world politics.

In this book, Acharya and Buzan introduce non-Western IR traditions to a Western IR audience, and challenge the dominance of Western theory. An international team of experts reinforce existing criticisms that IR theory is Western-focused and therefore misrepresents and misunderstands much of world history by introducing the reader to non-Western traditions, literature and histories relevant to how IR is conceptualised.

Including case studies on Chinese, Japanese, South Korean, Southeast Asian, Indian and Islamic IR this book redresses the imbalance and opens up a cross-cultural comparative perspective on how and why thinking about IR has developed in the way it has. As such, it will be invaluable reading for both Western and Asian audiences interested in international relations theory.