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Building Regions: The Regionalization of the World Order

by Luk Van Langenhove

In this title Luk Van Langenhove advances the concept of region building as an alternative to the construction of regions. He brings together, under one conceptual framework, different processes and concepts...


Ethics and the Use of Force: Just War in Historical Perspective

by James Turner Johnson

This book explores how and why just war tradition coalesced and how it has developed. By highlighting the just war tradition in historical perspective, this valuable study looks at contemporary implications...


The Legal Empowerment Agenda: Poverty, Labour and the Informal Economy in Africa

by Dan Banik

Defined as a process which increases access to justice and the legal rights of the poor, 'legal empowerment' is increasingly being considered to be an important tool in anti-poverty efforts in developing countries....


Shaping the Post-Soviet Space?: EU Policies and Approaches to Region-Building

by Laure Delcour

Drawing on a wealth of sources and extensive fieldwork conducted in the Commonwealth of Independent States and interested in exposing why the EU has not pursued a strategy of 'region-building' in the post-Soviet...


New Wars and New Soldiers: Military Ethics in the Contemporary World

by Paolo Tripodi & Jessica Wolfendale

New military technologies, the rise of private military companies, and the increasing involvement of the military in counterterrorism and humanitarian operations all pose challenges to traditional ideas about...


The Development and Antidevelopment Debate: Critical Reflections on the Philosophical Foundations

by Martha Jalali Rabbani

This book reflects on the philosophical assumptions that sustain the development debate. Rabbani analyzes how the modern project of development and the antidevelopment discourse reduce the human condition to...


Cities and Global Governance: New Sites for International Relations

by Mark Amen & Noah J. Toly

This volume advances understanding of the significance of 'the city' in global governance, demanding innovation in international relations theory. A rich assortment of case studies adds breadth to theorizing...


Defining Iran: Politics of Resistance

by Shabnam J. Holliday

Defining Iran presents a new and revealing analysis of the way in which Iranian political discourses compete with each other. Deconstructing the intellectual roots and development of Iranian nationalism through...


Justice beyond 'Just Us': Dilemmas of Time, Place, and Difference in American Politics

by Gregory W. Streich

Notions of justice and community in the United States are increasingly challenged by trends like immigration, multiculturalism, and economic inequality. Gregory W. Streich offers a fresh re-examination of the...


EU Counterterrorism Policy: A Paper Tiger?

by Oldrich Bures

A critical analysis of the measures the European Union has taken to combat terrorism which demonstrates how, in a number of key areas, EU counterterrorism policy is more of a paper tiger than an effective counterterrorism...


National Solutions to Trans-Border Problems?: The Governance of Security and Risk in a Post-NAFTA North America

by Isidro Morales

After the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), Canada, the US and Mexico redefined their public policies to facilitate the regionalization of transactions. However, institutional gaps remain in the cross-border...


Proficient Motorcycling: The Ultimate Guide to Riding Well

by David L. Hough

This fresh update of the world's best introduction to safe street-riding techniques now marries color imagery and contemporary road scenes with expanded content and more real road hazard strategies written in...


The Roots of Political Instability in Nigeria: Political Evolution and Development in the Niger Basin

by E.C. Ejiogu

At a time when the question of state building in Africa is still unresolved, this book makes a timely and valuable contribution to the literature on transition processes in African politics. It is particularly...


The Ashgate Research Companion to Non-State Actors

by Bob Reinalda

How do non-state actors matter in international relations? This volume recognizes and examines three types of non-state actor: non-governmental organizations (NGOs), intergovernmental organizations (IGOs) and...


Securing the Global Economy: G8 Global Governance for a Post-Crisis World

by Andreas Freytag & John J. Kirton

An exploration of how and why the G8 and other institutions of global governance deal with increasingly comprehensive and complex economic-security connections. These connections are explored from an intnerdisciplinary...


Transparency and American Primacy in World Politics

by James J. Marquardt

This book explores the relationship between America's power and international security competition. Transparency in international relations has conventionally been viewed as a means of overcoming power politics...


Targeting Peace: Understanding UN and EU Targeted Sanctions

by Mikael Eriksson

In recent years, the international community has increasingly abandoned comprehensive sanctions in favour of targeted sanctions. This book argues that this change demands a new way of understanding international...


A New Science of International Relations: Modernity, Complexity and the Kosovo Conflict

by Damian Popolo

Foucauldian methodology is here applied to Complexity Science in order to generate a new understanding of International Relations, particularly to the conflict in Kosovo. The book shows how theoretical issues...


Integrity and Accountability in Government: Homeland Security and the Inspector General

by Carmen R. Apaza

The job of the Inspector General (IG) is crucial - to expose fraud, waste and abuse in federal agencies. Yet the existing literature on Inspectors General is scarce. This book addresses this lack by making a...


The EU and Federalism: Polities and Policies Compared

by Finn Laursen

Tracing the evolution of federalist theory and the EU, this book brings together a distinguished array of experts from around the world to debate the pros and cons of treating the EU in a comparative context....