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Political Science An interdisciplinary exploration of the role of sovereignty, national identity, and borders in international politics. Informed by current debates in social theory, Identities, Borders, Orders brings together a multinational group of respected scholars to seek and encourage imaginative adaptations and recombinations of concepts, theories, and perspectives across disciplinary lines. These contributors take up a variety of substantive, theoretical, and normative issues such as migration, nationalism, citizenship, human rights, democracy, and security. Together, their essays contribute significantly to our understanding of sovereignty, national identity, and borders. Contributors: Didier Bigo, Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris; Lothar Brock, U of Frankfurt am Main; Chris Brown, London School of Economics; Neil Harvey, New Mexico State U; Martin O. Heisler, U of Maryland; Rey Koslowski, Rutgers U; Friedrich Kratochwil, Ludwig Maximilians U, Munich; Ronnie D. Lipschutz, UC Santa Cruz; Richard W. Mansbach, Iowa State U; David Newman, Ben Gurion U of the Negev, Israel; Antje Wiener, Queen’s U of Belfast; and Frankie Wilmer, Montana State U.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page, About the Series, Copyright
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  1. Contents
  2. p. v
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  1. Acknowledgments
  2. pp. vii-viii
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  1. Introduction. Identities, Borders, Orders: Nudging International Relations Theory in a New Direction
  2. Yosef Lapid
  3. pp. 1-20
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  1. I: Rethinking the “International”: IBO Clues for Post-Westphalian Mazes
  2. Yosef Lapid
  3. pp. 21-28
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  1. 1. What Keeps Westphalia Together? Normative Differentiation in the Modern System of States
  2. Mathias Albert, Lothar Brock
  3. pp. 29-50
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  1. 2. War, Violence, and the Westphalian State System as a Moral Community
  2. Richard W. Mansbach, Franke Wilmer
  3. pp. 51-72
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  1. 3. (B)orders and (Dis)orders: The Role of Moral Authority in Global Politics
  2. Ronnie D. Lipschutz
  3. pp. 73-90
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  1. 4. The Möbius Ribbon of Internal and External Security(ies)
  2. Didier Bigo
  3. pp. 91-116
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  1. 5. Borders and Identity in International Political Theory
  2. Chris Brown
  3. pp. 117-136
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  1. 6. Boundaries, Borders, and Barriers: Changing Geographic Perspectives on Territorial Lines
  2. David Newman
  3. pp. 137-152
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  1. II: Rethinking the “Political”: Democracy, Citizenship, and Migration
  2. Yosef Lapid
  3. pp. 153-160
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  1. 7. The Global Political Culture
  2. David Jacobson
  3. pp. 161-180
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  1. 8. Crossing the Borders of Order: Democracy beyond the Nation-State?
  2. Antje Wiener
  3. pp. 181-202
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  1. 9. Demographic Boundary Maintenance in World Politics: Of International Norms on Dual Nationality
  2. Rey Koslowski
  3. pp. 203-224
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  1. 10. Now and Then, Here and There: Migration and the Transformation of Identities, Borders, and Orders
  2. Martin O. Heisler
  3. pp. 225-248
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  1. 11. The Political Nature of Identities, Borders, and Orders: Discourse and Strategy in the Zapatista Rebellion
  2. Neil Harvey
  3. pp. 249-274
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  1. Conclusion
  2. pp. 275-292
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  1. Bibliography
  2. pp. 293-326
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 327-330
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 331-349
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  1. Other Works in the Series
  2. pp. 350-350
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