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How, if at all, Does Hierarchy Exist Both in the Theory and Practice of IR?

How, if at all, Does Hierarchy Exist Both in the Theory and Practice of IR?

IR theoretical perspectives are governed by Western principles, thus constructing a hierarchy that places the West as the core analytical entity within the discourse.

Review – Rethinking Hegemony

Review – Rethinking Hegemony

Although some of his criticisms are slightly overstated, Worth successfully clarifies the concept of hegemony and applies it to analyses of major contemporary trends.

Review – Neoliberal Hegemony and the Pink Tide in Latin America

Review – Neoliberal Hegemony and the Pink Tide in Latin America

Rooted in a stimulating neo-Gramscian framework, Chodor’s analysis eschews generalizations and puts forward a compelling case for how the pink tide should be understood.

What It Means to Say “Crisis”  in Politics and Law

What It Means to Say “Crisis” in Politics and Law

Crisis discourse creates a rupture and can lead to hegemonic change. It not only affects politicians, but also has to do with the judiciary and law.

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