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Postcolonial International Relations

L. Ling
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Informationen zum Autor L.H.M. LING teaches at the Institute of Social Studies! The Hague! the Netherlands. Dr Ling has published ... Weiterlesen
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Informationen zum Autor L.H.M. LING teaches at the Institute of Social Studies! The Hague! the Netherlands. Dr Ling has published in various journals on international relations! international political economy! comparative politics! and feminist studies. Klappentext What happens after the 'clash of civilizations'? Through the application of a new theory of postcolonial international relations! L.H.M.Ling explores this fundamental question. Cultures clash but they also borrow from! absorb and ultimately transform one another. Such has been the interaction between Asia and the West for the past one hundred and fifty years. Each is now an integral! intimate part of the other despite a history of wars! revolutions! invasions and occupations. Lily Ling's interesting and innovative work shows that this learning from the 'Other' transcends the Self/Other divide that continues to plague contemporary international relations! both in study and practice. Zusammenfassung What happens after the 'clash of civilizations'? Through the application of a new theory of postcolonial international relations, L.H.M.Ling explores this fundamental question. Cultures clash but they also borrow from, absorb and ultimately transform one another. Such has been the interaction between Asia and the West for the past one hundred and fifty years. Each is now an integral, intimate part of the other despite a history of wars, revolutions, invasions and occupations. Lily Ling's interesting and innovative work shows that this learning from the 'Other' transcends the Self/Other divide that continues to plague contemporary international relations, both in study and practice. Inhaltsverzeichnis Preface Permissions INTRODUCTION: Thinking! Doing! and Being in International Relations PART I: THINKING (Neo) Realism as Fantasy-Game Postcolonial International Relations PART II: DOING ASIA IN THE WEST Hegemony Unveiled: Globalization and the Specter of Fu Manchu Hierarchy in the Making: Repulsion and Desire Heteronomy Voiced: Asians in America THE WEST IN ASIA Heteronomy Embodied: Women as Service Hierarchy Among Family and Friends; Hypermasculine Development Hegemony in Crisis: Clash of World-orders PART III: BEING Towards a More Global! Responsible International Relations Bibliography Index ...

Autorentext
L.H.M. LING teaches at the Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, the Netherlands. Dr Ling has published in various journals on international relations, international political economy, comparative politics, and feminist studies.

Klappentext

What happens after the "clash of civilizations?" Through the application of a new theory of postcolonial international relations, the author explores this fundamental question. Cultures clash but they also borrow from, absorb and ultimately transform one another.



Zusammenfassung
What happens after the 'clash of civilizations'? Through the application of a new theory of postcolonial international relations, L.H.M.Ling explores this fundamental question. Cultures clash but they also borrow from, absorb and ultimately transform one another. Such has been the interaction between Asia and the West for the past one hundred and fifty years. Each is now an integral, intimate part of the other despite a history of wars, revolutions, invasions and occupations. Lily Ling's interesting and innovative work shows that this learning from the 'Other' transcends the Self/Other divide that continues to plague contemporary international relations, both in study and practice.

Inhalt
Preface Permissions INTRODUCTION: Thinking, Doing, and Being in International Relations PART I: THINKING (Neo) Realism as Fantasy-Game Postcolonial International Relations PART II: DOING ASIA IN THE WEST Hegemony Unveiled: Globalization and the Specter of Fu Manchu Hierarchy in the Making: Repulsion and Desire Heteronomy Voiced: Asians in America THE WEST IN ASIA Heteronomy Embodied: Women as Service Hierarchy Among Family and Friends; Hypermasculine Development Hegemony in Crisis: Clash of World-orders PART III: BEING Towards a More Global, Responsible International Relations Bibliography Index

Produktinformationen

Titel: Postcolonial International Relations
Untertitel: Conquest and Desire between Asia and the West
Autor:
L. Ling
EAN: 9780333641552
ISBN: 978-0-333-64155-2
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Medien & Kommunikation
Anzahl Seiten: 255
Gewicht: 463g
Größe: H21mm x B225mm x T142mm
Jahr: 2001
Auflage: 2001

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