Reimagining international society through the emergence of Japanese imperialism
This article contributes to the debate that 'international society is what states have made of it' by examining the socialisation of late-Tokugawa/Meiji Japan into the normative framework of European international society. Despite the recent arguments that the English School has pioneered an interpretivist approach in the study of international politics, their conceptualisation of the expansion of international society has paid scant regard to non-European perspectives. As a consequence...[Show more]
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