Post Tagged with: "English School"

The English School and the Study of Sub-global International Societies

The English School and the Study of Sub-global International Societies

As the standard of civilization has fallen into disrepute, other standards have taken its place. Of particular importance is democracy, which encompasses human rights and the rule of law.

Moral Responsibility in International Relations: the US Response to Rwanda

Moral Responsibility in International Relations: the US Response to Rwanda

The question we must ask ourselves is whether the complexity of considerations excuses inaction when confronted with situations of severe human rights violations.

An Overview of the English School’s Engagement With Human Rights

An Overview of the English School’s Engagement With Human Rights

Looking at the world today, it is evident that although the English School does not explain everything, it does provide a fruitful framework for analysing the hope and tragedy of international society.

Translation and Interpretation: The English School and IR Theory in China

Translation and Interpretation: The English School and IR Theory in China

It would be disingenuous to prescribe an IR theory with Chinese characteristics. At most, it is possible to say what a cross-cultural theoretical encounter might require.

Reassessing the Expansion of the International Society

Reassessing the Expansion of the International Society

To enter European international society, a ‘standard’ of civilization had to be met, despite the fact that European states could not meet every aspect of this standard, in the evolving international society.

World Society and English School Methods

World Society and English School Methods

The English School in IR theory is generally associated with the notion of international society, which suggests that there is much institutionalization of shared values, mutual understandings, and common interests.

Taming the Anarchical Society

Taming the Anarchical Society

We should see The Anarchical Society as a book more important for what it says about Western anxieties in the latter half of the 1970s than for what it might offer latter-day theorists.

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