The neo-roman republican legacy and international political theory
This paper claims that established accounts of international political theory overlook the neo-roman strand of republican political theory. It seeks to address this case of neglect and extend republican observations into international political theory in three steps. The first step examines the nature of international political theory. The second step examines the neo-roman strand of republicanism’s conception of liberty and the institutions whereby this type of liberty is secured. Lastly, the...[Show more]
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