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Remapping Global Politics: History's Revenge and Future Shock

Remapping Global Politics: History's Revenge and Future Shock

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Yale Ferguson and Richard Mansbach suggest that the state is losing its capacity, legitimacy and authority to remain the primary actor in world affairs and is being transformed into a more complex "post-international universe" characterized by diverse and overlapping polities. Ferguson and Mansbach, accordingly, revise the "maps" of global politics and explain the shifting and accelerating forces transforming them in an important contribution to the issues of globalization and the future of international relations theory.

Author: Yale H. Ferguson, Richard W. Mansbach
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Published: 11/11/2004
Pages: 384
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 1.33lbs
Size: 8.92h x 6.08w x 0.94d
ISBN: 9780521549912

About the Author
Ferguson, Yale H.: - Yale Ferguson is Professor of Political Science and Co-Director of the Center for Global Change and Governance, Rutgers University, Newark. He is the co-author with Richard W. Mansbach of The Web of World Politics: Nonstate Actors in the Global System (1976), The Elusive Quest: Theory and International Politics (1988), The State, Conceptual Chaos, and the Future of International Relations Theory (1989), Politics: Authority, Identities, and Change (1996) and The Elusive Quest Continues: Theory and Global Politics (2003).Mansbach, Richard W.: - Richard Mansbach is Professor of Political Science, Iowa State University. He is the co-author and editor of many books including, with Yale H. Ferguson, The Web of World Politics: Nonstate Actors in the Global System (1976), The Elusive Quest: Theory and International Politics (1988), The State, Conceptual Chaos, and the Future of International Relations Theory (1989), Politics: Authority, Identities, and Change (1996) and The Elusive Quest Continues: Theory and Global Politics (2003).

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