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International Theory - Volume 11 / Issue 3 - November 2019

International Theory – Volume 11 / Issue 3 – November 2019


International Theory

Volume 11 / Issue 3 – November 2019

ISSN: 1752-9719 (Print), 1752-9727 (Online)

International Theory (IT) is a peer reviewed journal which promotes theoretical scholarship about the positive, legal, and normative aspects of world politics respectively. IT is open to theory of absolutely all varieties and from all disciplines, provided it addresses problems of politics, broadly defined and pertains to the international. IT welcomes scholarship that uses evidence from the real world to advance theoretical arguments. However, IT is intended as a forum where scholars can develop theoretical arguments in depth without an expectation of extensive empirical analysis.

IT’s over-arching goal is to promote communication and engagement across theoretical and disciplinary traditions. IT puts a premium on contributors’ ability to reach as broad an audience as possible, both in the questions they engage and in their accessibility to other approaches. This might be done by addressing problems that can only be understood by combining multiple disciplinary discourses, like institutional design, or practical ethics; or by addressing phenomena that have broad ramifications, like civilizing processes in world politics, or the evolution of environmental norms. IT is also open to work that remains within one scholarly tradition, although in that case authors must make clear the horizon of their arguments in relation to other theoretical approaches.


Original Papers
The paradox of state identification: de facto states, recognition, and the (re-)production of the international
Janis Grzybowski

Transnational society as a mirror of international society: a reinterpretation of contemporary world order
Thomas Davies

Globalization and the rise of integrated world society: deterritorialization, structural power, and the endogenization of international society
Salvatore Babones, John H. S. Aberg

Trading privileges for support: the strategic co-optation of emerging powers into international institutions
Andreas Kruck, Bernhard Zangl

Aims, claims, and the bargaining model of war
Kenneth A. Schultz, Henk E. Goemans

Front Cover (OFC, IFC) and matter

Back Cover (IBC, OBC) and matter

Ver también

Nicolas Boeglin

Gaza / Israël : à propos de la déclaration de la Palestine reconnaissant la compétence de la CIJ et demandant à intervenir en l’affaire Afrique du Sud contre Israël

Nicolas Boeglin, professeur de droit international public, Faculté de droit, Université du Costa Rica (UCR). …