This book offers a highly original analysis of world events in the
light of the Iraq War. It explores the history and development of
relations between major countries in the international community
and the impact that successive wars and changes in the global
political economy have had on the way states relate to each other
today. Tracing the liberal state structure back to the closing
stages of the English Civil War and settlement in North America, it
argues that the rise of the English-speaking West has created
rivalries between contender states that are never entirely put to
rest. With each round of Western expansion, new rivalries are
created. Offering a truly global analysis that covers every area of
the world - from Europe and America to China, the Middle East,
Latin America and Russia -- he analyses the development of
international relations post WWII, and questions whether the
neoliberal project and its human rights ideology have collapsed
back into authoritarianism under the guise of the 'war on terror'.
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