The Duty of Care in International Relations: Protecting Citizens Beyond the Border
Joining the Non-Proliferation Treaty: Deterrence, Non-Proliferation and the American Alliance
Small States and Hegemonic Competition in Southeast Asia: Pursuing Autonomy, Security and Development amid Great Power Politics
Empires of Knowledge in International Relations: Education and Science as Sources of Power for the State
Resistance, Power and Conceptions of Political Order in Islamist Organizations: Comparing Hezbollah and Hamas
The Political Psychology of Attitudes towards the West: An Empirical Analysis from Tamil Nadu
Nina Graeger, Halvard Leira
May 21, 2019
This book offers a first overarching look at the relationship between states and their citizens abroad, approached through the concept "duty of care". How can society best be protected, when increasing numbers of citizens are found outside the borders of the state? With over 1.2 billion tourists...
February 05, 2019
For many years now debates over America hegemony and its supposed decline have circulated academic circles. The neo-Gramscians have greatly enriched our knowledge in this field, developing some key theoretical tools and concepts, yet ontological inconsistencies, notably the downgrading of structure...
January 04, 2019
NATO, an organisation brought together to function as an anti-communist alliance, faced existential questions after the unexpected collapse of the USSR at the beginning of the 1990s. Intervention in the conflict in Bosnia between 1992 and 1995 gave it a renewed sense of purpose and a redefining of...
October 05, 2018
International institutions and agencies from the Global North are no longer the sole initiators of development norms and best practices. The proliferation of exports and imports of social, economic and policy management models have called for a rethinking of South–South relations. To date, most...
John Baylis, Yoko Iwama
July 26, 2018
What were the calculations made by the US and its major allies in the 1960s when they faced the signing of the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT)? These were all states with the technological and financial capabilities to develop and possess nuclear weapons should they wish to do so. In the end, only...
March 29, 2018
In the last few decades, Southeast Asia has become generally more peaceful and more prosperous, with progress in economic development, regional cooperation and integration. ASEAN in particular plays a leading role within and beyond the region in promoting multilateral cooperation in both security...
March 29, 2018
This volume offers the first systematic account of how education and science have become sources of power for the states in international relations and what factors have effected this development. Drawing together extensive empirical data on the USA, the EU, Japan, Korea, Singapore, and China,...
Christopher A. Morrissey
March 12, 2018
The world continues to be threatened by non-state, religiously-rationalized violence. While some fail to the see the connections between the United States’ intervention in the Middle East and this ongoing threat, the non-state perpetrators of terror consistently identify American meddling as one of...
Robert J. Griffiths
January 24, 2018
As Africa’s strategic importance has increased over the past decade and a half, United States security cooperation with the continent has expanded. The most visible dimension of this increased engagement was the establishment of the U.S. Military Command for Africa (AFRICOM). Some critics are...
January 11, 2018
This book provides a comprehensive analysis of Islamist organizations' conceptions of political order based on a comparative case study of the Shiite Lebanese Hezbollah and the Sunni Palestinian Hamas. Connecting Islamism research, Critical Constructivist norm research, and resistance studies from...
January 08, 2018
Why do some individuals from the imagined "non-West" view the "West" favorably and others do not? Grounded in psychological authoritarianism and the psychological reactions to experiences of rejection, Björn Goldstein provides a theoretical model to explain and predict attitude toward the "West."...
Armağan Emre Çakır
November 28, 2017
Turkey’s relations with the European Union is one of the most enigmatic topics in the European Studies literature. This country, kept at bay by Europeans for centuries, once came unexpectedly close to full-membership. The progress Turkey recorded in its European quest is difficult to account for...