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Engagement or dismissiveness? Intersecting international theory and global health

Paxton, Nathan A.; Youde, Jeremy


International relations theorists and global health politics scholars are largely incommunicado with one another. We argue that drawing on insights from classic and contemporary international theory more explicitly will augment the study of global health politics. This paper introduces four issues from international relations theory and demonstrates how defense against disease has contributed to state centralization and consolidation; the role of the state as a unit of analysis vis-à-v...[Show more]

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Date published: 2016
Type: Conference paper


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