Critical Epistemologies of Global Politics

Sharing core norms and values
Posted Jun 13, 2017 | E-International Relations, Marc Woons, Sebastian Weier

While the problems of the international system have caused an examination of the normative values of the inter-state system and global governance, the impact of cultural borders is generally of second-order interest in international relations (IR) research. Gathering contributions from gender, black, religious and post-Colonial studies, this volume by E-International Relations offers various border-critiques rooted in these fields. Marc Woons and Sebastian Weier show why contemporary border studies need to be trans-disciplinary if they are to avoid reproducing the political order that has led to contemporary global crises like the rise of ISIS, global migration, or increasing contestations of the State form.


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