System, Society and the World: Exploring the English School of International Relations (Second Edition) – an E-IR Edited Collection. Edited by Robert W. Murray.
Since its reorganisation in the 1990s, the English School of International Relations has emerged as a popular theoretical lens through which to examine global events. Those who use the approach promote it as a middle way of theorising due to its ability to incorporate features from both systemic and domestic perspectives into one coherent lens.
This volume, now in its second edition, brings together some of the most important voices on the English School to highlight the multifaceted nature of the School’s applications in International Relations.
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION – Robert W. Murray
- THE STATE OF THE ART OF THE ENGLISH SCHOOL
Filippo Costa Buranelli
- WORLD SOCIETY AND ENGLISH SCHOOL METHODS
- REASSESSING THE EXPANSION OF INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY
- INTERPRETING DIPLOMACY: THE APPROACH OF THE EARLY ENGLISH SCHOOL
- CIVILISATIONS AND INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY
- TRANSLATION AND INTERPRETATION: THE ENGLISH SCHOOL AND IR THEORY IN CHINA
- AN OVERVIEW OF THE ENGLISH SCHOOL’S ENGAGEMENT WITH HUMAN RIGHTS
- MORAL RESPONSIBILITY IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: THE US RESPONSE TO RWANDA
- THE ENGLISH SCHOOL AND HUMANITARIAN INTERVENTION
- SHIFTING GEARS: FROM GLOBAL TO REGIONAL THE ENGLISH SCHOOL AND THE STUDY OF SUB-GLOBAL INTERNATIONAL SOCIETIES
Yannis A. Stivachtis
- ANOTHER REVOLT AGAINST THE WEST?
- FROM CINDERELLA TO BEAUTY AND THE BEAST: (DE)HUMANISING WORLD SOCIETY
Matthew S. Weinert
- PLURALISM AND INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY
- PLURALISM, THE ENGLISH SCHOOL AND THE CHALLENGE OF NORMATIVE THEORY
- GREAT POWER MANAGEMENT: ENGLISH SCHOOL MEETS GOVERNMENTALITY?
- THE NEED FOR AN ENGLISH SCHOOL RESEARCH PROGRAMME
Robert W. Murray