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Deviance in International Relations, 'Rogue States' and International Security, edited by W. Wagner, W. Werner, M. Onderco

Label
Deviance in International Relations, 'Rogue States' and International Security, edited by W. Wagner, W. Werner, M. Onderco
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Deviance in International Relations
Medium
electronic resource
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Responsibility statement
edited by W. Wagner, W. Werner, M. Onderco
Series statement
Palgrave Studies in International Relations
Sub title
'Rogue States' and International Security
Summary
Rogue states' have been high on the policy agenda for many years but their theoretical significance for international relations has remained poorly understood. In contrast to the bulk of writings on 'rogue states' that address them merely as a policy challenge, this book studies what we can learn from deviance about international politics
Table Of Contents
Cover; Contents; Preface and Acknowledgments; Notes on Contributors; 1 Rogues, Pariahs, Outlaws: Theorizing Deviance in International Relations; 2 ''Roguery'' and Citizenship; 3 Guises of Sovereignty: ''Rogue States'' and Democratic States in the International Legal Order; 4 Liberal Rogues: The Pitfalls of Great Power Collaboration and the Stigmatization of Revolutionary Naples in Post-Napoleonic Europe; 5 A ''Rogue'' Gone Norm Entrepreneurial? Iran within the Nuclear Nonproliferation Regime; 6 Dissident Foreign Policy and the (Re-)production of International Orders7 Role Theory and ''Rogue States''8 Rehabilitation or Exclusion? A Criminological Perspective on Policies towards ''Rogue States''; 9 From a ''Rogue'' to a Parolee: Analyzing Libya''s ''De-roguing''; 10 International Law, Renegade Regimes and the Criminalization of Enmity; Index
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