Constructing a Global Polity: Theory, Discourse and Governance by Olaf Corry
This book gives a novel understanding of the globalization debate as well as the structure of world politics. Drawing on Foucault and Waltz it suggests 'polity' as a third model of political structure beyond hierarchy and anarchy.
|Publisher:||Palgrave Macmillan UK|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.80(d)|
About the Author
Olaf Corry is Lecturer in International Relations at The Open University, UK. He has a PhD from the University of Copenhagen and has previously worked at Cambridge and as a policy-advisor. He has written about global politics, social movements, climate change and risk in journals such as Review of International Studies, Millennium, and Political Studies.
Table of ContentsPreface Introduction PART I: CONSTRUCTING A THEORY OF A GLOBAL POLITY 1. Post-Internationalism and the Global Polity 2. Global Governmentality and the Domestic Analogy 3. Models of Political Structure in International Relations 4. What Is a (Global) Polity? PART II: A GLOBAL POLITY UNDER CONSTRUCTION? 5. Governing Globality for Local Autonomy 6. Governing Globality for Market Freedom 7. Governing Globality for Human Welfare 8. Constructing a Global Polity
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