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Liberal Internationalism
34,03 € *
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This study provides an original conception of liberalism that accounts for its internal contradictions and explains the current crisis of liberal internationalism. Examining the disjuncture between liberal theory and practice, it offers a firmer grasp on the historical role of liberalism in world politics.

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Stand: 22.01.2020
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Kant and Liberal Internationalism
69,06 € *
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This close examination of Kant's writings shows him to be both a conservative partisan of the international status quo of sovereign states and yet also the inspiration for radical, global reform for democracy and universal rights. The focus on Kant's concept of justice provides insight into the contemporary evolution of liberal internationalism, connecting Kant's legacy to the post-Cold War policy agenda and the moral dilemmas that currently confront political leaders and the societies they represent. Franceschet forces a reconsideration of Kant and a broadening of concern from democratic peace to cosmopolitan justice.

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Stand: 22.01.2020
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Kant and Liberal Internationalism
69,06 € *
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This close examination of Kant's writings shows him to be both a conservative partisan of the international status quo of sovereign states and yet also the inspiration for radical, global reform for democracy and universal rights. The focus on Kant's concept of justice provides insight into the contemporary evolution of liberal internationalism, connecting Kant's legacy to the post-Cold War policy agenda and the moral dilemmas that currently confront political leaders and the societies they represent. Franceschet forces a reconsideration of Kant and a broadening of concern from democratic peace to cosmopolitan justice.

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Stand: 22.01.2020
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American Foreign Policy in Greece - 1944-1949
68,95 € *
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A case study of Greek-American relations between 1944 and 1949 which tests economic explanations of American foreign relations after World War II. Greece is seen as the trial period for American military activities abroad after 1945, resulting in the Truman Administration's rejection of Wilson's liberal-capitalist internationalism in favor of a permanent military input into policy making.

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Stand: 22.01.2020
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American Foreign Policy in Greece - 1944-1949
70,95 € *
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A case study of Greek-American relations between 1944 and 1949 which tests economic explanations of American foreign relations after World War II. Greece is seen as the trial period for American military activities abroad after 1945, resulting in the Truman Administration's rejection of Wilson's liberal-capitalist internationalism in favor of a permanent military input into policy making.

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Stand: 22.01.2020
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The Bush Doctrine:
50,40 € *
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The thesis argues that the foreign policy of the former U.S. Administration under G. W. Bush's leadership forms a coherent set of principles that can be called the Bush Doctrine. Four pillars of the Doctrine are identified and examined in detail: preventive war and war on terrorism, selective multilateralism, democratization and human dignity, and the maintenance of American military primacy. It is claimed then that the four pillars constitute a significant threat to the conduct of international relations based on rule of international law and institutions as well as do not promote the American foreign interests in long-run. The theoretical part of the work includes discussion of Realism and Liberal Internationalism as the main competing international relations theories. A conclusion is reached in favour of the Liberal Internationalist school of thought as forming more desirable and appropriate basis of the international order.

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Stand: 22.01.2020
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The Bush Doctrine:
49,00 € *
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The thesis argues that the foreign policy of the former U.S. Administration under G. W. Bush's leadership forms a coherent set of principles that can be called the Bush Doctrine. Four pillars of the Doctrine are identified and examined in detail: preventive war and war on terrorism, selective multilateralism, democratization and human dignity, and the maintenance of American military primacy. It is claimed then that the four pillars constitute a significant threat to the conduct of international relations based on rule of international law and institutions as well as do not promote the American foreign interests in long-run. The theoretical part of the work includes discussion of Realism and Liberal Internationalism as the main competing international relations theories. A conclusion is reached in favour of the Liberal Internationalist school of thought as forming more desirable and appropriate basis of the international order.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 22.01.2020
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National Syndicalism
40,10 € *
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! National syndicalism is a variant of syndicalism typically associated with the labor movement in Italy which would later become a basis of Benito Mussolini s National Fascist Party.Unlike anarcho-syndicalists, trade unionists, and Marxist elements of the Italian labor movement, the national syndicalists supported Italy s involvement in World War I. They also rejected the internationalism of the anarchists and Marxists in favor of militarism and nationalism.National syndicalists imagined that the liberal democratic political system would be destroyed in a massive general strike, at which point the nation s economy would be transformed into a corporatist model based on class collaboration, contrasted with Marxist class struggle. (see the Nazi model of Volksgemeinschaft).

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Stand: 22.01.2020
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National Syndicalism
39,00 € *
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! National syndicalism is a variant of syndicalism typically associated with the labor movement in Italy which would later become a basis of Benito Mussolini s National Fascist Party.Unlike anarcho-syndicalists, trade unionists, and Marxist elements of the Italian labor movement, the national syndicalists supported Italy s involvement in World War I. They also rejected the internationalism of the anarchists and Marxists in favor of militarism and nationalism.National syndicalists imagined that the liberal democratic political system would be destroyed in a massive general strike, at which point the nation s economy would be transformed into a corporatist model based on class collaboration, contrasted with Marxist class struggle. (see the Nazi model of Volksgemeinschaft).

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Stand: 22.01.2020
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