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proxy.worldcoffeeevents.org/6217.php The inability to find a clear answer to these provocative questions points to an intriguing gap: While the world is heading towards economic multipolarity, our intellectual world is still fundamentally unipolar. The field of International Relations is dominated, like few other disciplines, by US-American thinkers and those based in US institutions. That does not mean that non-Western powers and thinkers made no important contributions.
Quite to the contrary. Rather, it shows that IR theory has failed to embrace this evident reality.
While Martin Wight once asked "Why is there no international relations theory? In their entirety, the collection provides a rich number of different viewpoints developed across the continent. The latter two relate to a larger, equally unresolved question: Who exactly is part of the non-West?
From an institutional point of view, wouldn't Japan, a member of the G7, be part of the West? The assembled texts are an eclectic mix of considerations about theory and hands-on issues around research funding, and several writers bemoan the lack of funds comparable to those in the United States. It also allows you to accept potential citations to this item that we are uncertain about.
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Add to Watchlist Unwatch. Theoretical writings on Asian IR are already making a difference by exposing the limitations of mainstream IR theories in the regional context. Cite Citation Tools. Export Citation. However, despite such a meaningful debate over broadening the theoretical and practical horizons of IR, several critical questions remain unclear and under-explored. If you have the appropriate software installed, you can download article citation data to the citation manager of your choice.
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