Widmaier, Wesley W; Blyth, Mark; Seabrooke, Leonard
This symposium addresses the role of wars and crises as mechanisms of international change. Over the past two decades, the international system has undergone a number of remarkable transformations, from the end of the Cold War to the emergence of an ongoing "War on Terror," and from the collapse of statist development models to the emergence of a contested - if evolving - neoliberal "Washington Consensus." This volatility exceeds any underlying shifts in economic structures or the distribution...[Show more]
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