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Non-Western international relations theory : perspectives on and beyond Asia / editado por Amitav Acharya y Barry Buzan

Contributor(s): Acharya, Amitav [Editor] | Buzan, Barry [Editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Abingdon, Reino Unido ; New York, Estados Unidos de América : Routledge, 2010Edition: Primera edición.Description: ix, 242 páginas.Content type: texto Media type: sin mediación Carrier type: volumenISBN: 0415474744 (pbk); 0415474736 (hbk); 0203861434 (ebk); 9780415474740 (pbk); 9780415474733 (hbk); 9780203861431 (ebk).Subject(s): Relaciones Internacionales -- Asia | Relaciones Internacionales -- Países IslámicosDDC classification: 327.101
Contents:
1. Why is there no non-Western international relations theory? an introduction, por Amit Acharya y Barry Buzan. 2. Why is there no Chinese international relations theory? por Yaquing Qin. 3. Why are there no non-Western theories of international relations? the case of Japan, por Takashi Inoguchi. 4. Why is there no non-Western international relations theory? reflections on and from Korea, por Chaesung Chun. 5. Re.imagining IR in India, por Navnita Chadha Behra. 6. Southeast Asia: theory between modernization and tradition?, por Alan Chong. 7. Perceiving Indonesian approaches to international relations theory, por Leonard C. Sebastian y Irman G. Lanti. 8. International relations theory and the Islamic worldview, por Shahrbanou Tadjbakhsh. 9. World history and the development of non-Western international relations theory, por Barry Buzan y Richard Little. 10. Conclusion: on the possibility of a non-Westerns international relations theory, por Amitav Acharya y Barry Buzan.
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1. Why is there no non-Western international relations theory? an introduction, por Amit Acharya y Barry Buzan. 2. Why is there no Chinese international relations theory? por Yaquing Qin. 3. Why are there no non-Western theories of international relations? the case of Japan, por Takashi Inoguchi. 4. Why is there no non-Western international relations theory? reflections on and from Korea, por Chaesung Chun. 5. Re.imagining IR in India, por Navnita Chadha Behra. 6. Southeast Asia: theory between modernization and tradition?, por Alan Chong. 7. Perceiving Indonesian approaches to international relations theory, por Leonard C. Sebastian y Irman G. Lanti. 8. International relations theory and the Islamic worldview, por Shahrbanou Tadjbakhsh. 9. World history and the development of non-Western international relations theory, por Barry Buzan y Richard Little. 10. Conclusion: on the possibility of a non-Westerns international relations theory, por Amitav Acharya y Barry Buzan.

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