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Author Acharya, Amitav, author.

Title The making of global international relations : origins and evolution of IR at its centenary / Amitav Acharya (American University, Washington, DC), Barry Buzan (London School of Economics and Political Science).

Published Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2019.
©2019

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 UniM Bail  327 ACHA    DUE 30-08-19
Physical description xi, 383 pages ; 23 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 321-361) and index.
Contents The world up to 1919: the making of modern international relations -- International relations up to 1919: laying the foundations -- The world 1919-1945: still version 1.0 global international society -- International relations 1919-1945: the first founding of the discipline -- The world after 1945: the era of the Cold War and decolonization -- International relations 1945-1989: the second founding of the discipline -- The world after 1989: "unipolarity", globalisation and the rise of the rest -- International relations after 1989 -- The post-Western world order: deep pluralism -- Towards global international relations.
Summary "One principal motive for writing this book is to take advantage of what many, though not all, in the field of International Relations (IR) will take to be the centenary of the discipline in 2019. It is the longstanding founding 'myth' of IR, widely taught in introductory courses, that it came into being as a formal field of study in 1919 in response to the catastrophe of the First World War. That 'myth' sets IR up as being a response to the urgent problem of how to understand the whole problem of peace and war in the society of states (we review this 'myth' and the debate around it, more fully in chapter 2). Big anniversaries like this one are good opportunities to pause, take stock, review what has been accomplished, and what not, and think about where to go from here"-- Provided by publisher.
Other author Buzan, Barry, author.
Subject International relations -- Study and teaching -- History.
History.
ISBN 9781108480178 (hardback)
1108480179 (hardback)
9781108727112 (pbk.)
1108727115 (pbk.)