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International Relations: Perspectives for the Global South

International Relations:   Perspectives for the Global South

Author(s):
  • B.S Chimni
  • Siddharth Mallavarapu
  • Author: B.S Chimni
    • ISBN:9788131771662
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    • Price: Rs. 460.00
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    • Pages:496
    • Imprint:Pearson Education
    • Binding:Paperback
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    International Relations: Perspectives for the Global South examines systematically some relevant concepts, approaches and themes germane to the teaching and research of international relations in India, and more generally the Global South. It is an outcome of a sustained conversation between its co-editors regarding the pedagogy and the politics of knowledge informing the study of international relations. This volume departs from conventional texts in the discipline and includes categories of race, class and gender on the one hand and colonialism and imperialism on the other, to understand contemporary world politics. At the same time, it does not ignore mainstream ideas such as security, development and geopolitics, and classical international relations theories such as realism and liberalism.

        The volume delves into local and global disciplinary histories to understand a range of developments such as global economic governance, global migration, global culture, global terrorism and global social movements. It also contains instructive chapters on international law and international institutions. Primarily written for students and teachers of international relations, this book will also be useful for scholars located in the allied social sciences.




     

    Table of Content

    Introduction, B. S. Chimni and Siddharth Mallavarapu

    PART I  Theories
    1. Theories of International Relations, Siddharth Mallavarapu
    2. Indian Thinking in International Relations, Siddharth Mallavarapu
    3. Indian Foreign Policy, Vineet Thakur
    4. Race and International Relations, Nivedita Menon
    5. Class and International Relations, B. S.Chimni
    6. Gender and International Relations, Anuradha M. Chenoy
     

    PART II  Concepts
    7. Colonialism, Himadeep Muppidi
    8. Imperialism, B. S. Chimni
    9. Sovereignty, Naeem Inayatullah and David L. Blaney
    10. Security, Rajesh Rajagopalan
    11. Geopolitics, Sanjay Chaturvedi
    12. Development, Jayati Ghosh
    13. Sustainable Development, Rohan D'Souza
    14. Cosmopolitanism, Rahul Rao
     

    PART III  Global Perspectives
    15. Global History, G. Balachandran
    16. Globalization, Shibashis Chatterjee
    17. Global Economic Governance, Amrita Narlikar
    18. Global Finance, C. P. Chandrasekhar
    19. Global Migration, Stephen Castles
    20. Global Culture, Yudhishthir Raj Isar
    21. Global Cities, Chandan Gowda
    22. Global Terrorism, Kanti Bajpai
    23. Global Justice, Neera Chandhoke

     

    PART IV  Law, Institutions and Movements
    24. International Law, B. S. Chimni
    25. Theories of International Organizations, Clive Archer
    26. United Nations, C. S. R. Murthy
    27. Human Rights, Ajay Gudavarthy
    28. Humanitarianism, Michael Barnett
    29. Social Movements, T. K. Oommen
    30. Gandhi and World Politics, Thomas Weber

     
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