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by Sean Clark,Sabrina Hoque

Author: Sean Clark,Sabrina Hoque
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (January 13, 2012)
Pages: 344 pages
Category: Other
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Sean Clark and Sabrina Hoque are PhD candidates in International Relations and Doctoral Fellows at the Centre for Foreign Policy Studies at Dalhousie University.

ISBN-13: 978-0415690553. Sean Clark and Sabrina Hoque are PhD candidates in International Relations and Doctoral Fellows at the Centre for Foreign Policy Studies at Dalhousie University. Series: Security and Governance.

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Security Privatization in a Post-American World Christopher Spearin 32. The Global Insecurity Future Wesley Wark 33. Zakaria’s Past Meets Zakaria’s Future Robert Bothwell 3. Security and Governance.

This book anticipates the possible issues raised by a transition between American dominance and the rise of alternative powers. While a ‘post-American’ world need not be any different than that of today, the risk associated with such a change provides ample reason for attentive study. Divided into four parts, 50 international relations scholars explore and discuss: Power Transitions: addressing issues including the rise of China; the passing of American primacy and the endurance of American leadership.

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Sean Clark and Sabrina Hoque are PhD candidates in International Relations and Doctoral Fellows at t Studies at Dalhousie University.

Debating a Post-American World: What Lies Ahead? (Security and Governance). Sean Clark and Sabrina Hoque are PhD candidates in International Relations and Doctoral Fellows at t Studies at Dalhousie University. Paperback: 344 pages. Publisher: Routledae (Januarv 13. 2012).

Debating the post‑American world. Profile of political science PhD candidate Sabrina Hoque. Katelynn Northam - August 7, 2012. Sabrina Hoque in the UN General Assembly. As the daughter of a United Nations diplomat, you might say that the study of international relations is in Sabrina Hoque’s blood.

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The United States is currently the linchpin of global trade, technology, and finance, and a military colossus, extending across the world with a network of bases and alliances. This book anticipates the possible issues raised by a transition between American dominance and the rise of alternative powers.

While a ‘post-American’ world need not be any different than that of today, the risk associated with such a change provides ample reason for attentive study. Divided into four parts, 50 international relations scholars explore and discuss:

Power Transitions: addressing issues including the rise of China; the passing of American primacy and the endurance of American leadership.

War and Peace: addressing nuclear weapons; the risk of war; security privatization and global insecurity

Global Governance: addressing competition, trade, the UN, sovereignty, humanitarian intervention, law and power.

Energy and the Environment: addressing resource conflict, petrol, climate change and technology.

This unique project offers a compilation of disparate arguments by scholars and policy practitioners, encompassing a plurality of disciplines and theoretical perspectives. By providing clarity and focus to this essential debate on the future of the world in the next several decades, Debating a Post-American World will be of interest to students and scholars of International Relations and global politics, American politics, US Foreign policy and International Security.