Global and Regional Problems : Towards an Interdisciplinary Study, Hardback Book

Global and Regional Problems : Towards an Interdisciplinary Study Hardback

Edited by Pami Aalto, Sami Moisio

Part of the The International Political Economy of New Regionalisms Series series

Description

Distinctive due to explicit and systematically developed links between international relations (IR) and related disciplines, this book addresses global and regional interactions and the complex policy problems that often characterise this agenda.

Such enhanced communication is crucial for improving the capacity of IR to engage with concrete issues that today are of high policy relevance for international organisations, states, diplomats, mediators and humankind in general. Whilst the authors do not reject the present IR, they offer a wider research agenda with new directions intended not only for those IR scholars who are unsatisfied with the analytical power of the current discipline, but also for those working on 'international', 'foreign', 'global' or 'interregional' issues in other disciplines and fields of research. In this instance they pay particular attention to linking up with peace research, international political economy (IPE) and cultural political economy (CPE), sociology, political geography, development studies, linguistics, cultural studies, environmental studies and energy research, gender studies, and traditions of area studies.

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  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 264 pages
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: International relations
  • ISBN: 9781409408413

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