This collection of essays introduces pragmatism to the study of
international relations and evaluates its potential for the theory
and practice of global politics. Seeking to reorient the discipline
of International Relations (IR) towards practices and problematic
situations, the editors of this volume draw on the pragmatist
tradition to provide critical inspiration for this task. Their
book, organised into four distinct parts, aims to outline the
potential of pragmatism to reconstruct IR. Through such an approach
this volume seeks to re-invigorate the discipline and bridge the
gap between IR academic communities in the US, UK, and continental
Europe. This pioneering volume provides: the first book-length
evaluation of the potential pragmatism holds for the practice as
well as the epistemological, theoretical and normative debates
within the discipline of IR theoretical reflections and empirical
studies in the area of diplomacy, international law, public
(environmental) policy and the Arab-Israeli conflict highly
original contributions by prominent scholars in the field of IR,
International Law, Sociology and Social Theory Drawing on research
from several disciplines, Pragmatism in International Relations
will be vital reading for students and scholars of International
Relations, International Relations Theory, and Social Theory.
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||New International Relations
• Elisabetta Brighi
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