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Norms, Norm Violations, and IR Theory

Norms, Norm Violations, and IR Theory

With the shift from a unipolar world to a multipolar one, understanding the interactions between strong powers and norms, norm violations, and norm shifts is important.

Pluralism, the English School and the Challenge of Normative Theory

Pluralism, the English School and the Challenge of Normative Theory

English School pluralism does not deserve its current reputation as a statist, conservative and declining facet of the English School project.

International Regimes and the Just War Tradition

International Regimes and the Just War Tradition

Conceiving of the just war tradition as a security regime may offer insights that scholars could find interesting, particularly from Grotian, social constructivist, and critical theory perspectives.

Ethics and Empirics: The Influence of Hayward R. Alker on Global Studies

Ethics and Empirics: The Influence of Hayward R. Alker on Global Studies

Alker demonstrated the importance and the practicality of ethically grounded, empirically rigorous studies of global relations. He leaves behind an important body of work.

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