Ordering the world : Sino-American deliberations on the responsibility of great power
Despite its prominence in the discourse and practice of international politics, the concept of "great power responsibility" remains relatively unmapped in International Relations (IR) theory. Although the English School arguably offers the best explanation of great power responsibility in the existing theoretical literature, it simply provides conceptual typologies and does not fully examine the underlying dynamics of international politics. The latter is important because whilst the idea of...[Show more]
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