Constructing the World Polity brings together in one collection the theoretical ideas of one of the most influential International Relations theorists of our time. These essays, with a new introduction, and comprehensive connective sections, present Ruggie's ideas and their application to critical policy questions of the post-Cold War international order. Themes covered include: * International Organization. How the 'new Institutionalism' differs from the old. * The System of States. Explorations of political structure, social time, and territorial space in the world polity. * Making History. America and the issue of 'agency' in the post-Cold Was era. NATO and the future transatlantic security community. The United Nations and the collective use of force.12 It may be possible to extend two-level game models in the attempt to accommodate some of the domestic factors, ... to debates between rational- choice theory and the theory of communicative action in the following section of this essay, ... Ferejohna#39;s chapter in the Goldstein-Keohane volume not only is first -rate in its own right, but it serves as an exemplar of ... constituted economies of pre-modern Europe accounts for the fact that the so- called new economic history does such aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Constructing the World Polity|
|Author||:||John Gerard Ruggie|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2002-09-11|