Post Tagged with: "modernity"

Will Liberal Democracy Survive the Century?

Will Liberal Democracy Survive the Century?

We have yet to settle whether the features of liberal democracy are inherent to the system itself, or to particular contexts in which the system is installed.

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10th Anniversary Interview – Nicolas Onuf

To celebrate E-IR’s 10th anniversary we asked some of our existing interviewees two further questions reflecting on the last decade in International Relations.

Technological Ambivalence and International Relations

Technological Ambivalence and International Relations

Technology is linked to many key phenomena of international relations. Yet it has only recently been effectively incorporated into the study of IR.

Looking Back to See Forward: Romanticism, Religion and the Secular in Modernity

Looking Back to See Forward: Romanticism, Religion and the Secular in Modernity

The pervasive religious aspects of Romanticism demonstrate the failure of previous theories of secularisation. Modernity has never been a monolithic intellectual.

Review – Homosexualities, Muslim Cultures and Modernity

Review – Homosexualities, Muslim Cultures and Modernity

Despite minor methodological shortcomings Rahman’s book is an excellent and stimulating work for readers who focus on the role identity plays in politics.

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.

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