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Title Deviance in international relations : 'Rogue States' and international security / edited by Wolfgang Wagner, Wouter Werner and Michal Onderco
Published [Basingstoke] : Palgrave Macmillan, 2014
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Series Palgrave studies in international relations
Palgrave studies in international relations.
Contents 1. Rogues, Pariahs, Outlaws: Theorizing Deviance in International Relations; Wolfgang Wagner, Wouter Werner and Michal Onderco -- 2. Roguery and Citizenship; Jorg Kustermans -- 3. Guises of Sovereignty: 'Rogue States' and Democratic States in the International Legal Order; Luigi Corrias -- 4. Liberal Rogues: The pitfalls of great power collaboration and the stigmatization of revolutionary Naples in post-Napoleonic Europe; Bernd Bucher -- 5. A 'Rogue' Gone Norm Entrepreneurial? Iran within the Nuclear Nonproliferation Regime; Carmen Wunderlich -- 6. Dissident Foreign Policy and the (Re- )Production of International Orders; Daniel Jacobi, Christian Weber and Gunther Hellmann -- 7. Role Theory and Rogue States; Akan Malici and Stephen G. Walker -- 8. Rehabilitation or Exclusion? A Criminological Perspective on Policies towards 'Rogue States'; Wolfgang Wagner -- 9. From a 'rogue' to a parolee: Analyzing the Libya's 'de-roguing'; Michal Onderco -- 10. International Law, Renegade Regimes, and the Criminalization of Enmity; Wouter Werner
Summary 'Rogue states' have been high on the international security agenda for many years but their theoretical significance for International Relations has remained poorly understood. In contrast to the bulk of writings on 'rogue states' that address them merely as a policy challenge, this book focuses on what we can learn from deviance about the international system and international society. Building on three basic insights developed in social constructivism and critical theory, this volume brings together interdisciplinary insights into the study of 'rogue states', exploring the role of comity and decency in labelling of 'rogue states', the impact labelling has on behaviour, how to treat a 'rogue state', how 'rogue' status can be withdrawn and what part the role of international law has to play in this process. This unique and wide-ranging study will appeal to scholars of Sociology, Criminology, Political Science, International Relations and International Law
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Subject International relations.
Form Electronic book
Author Onderco, Michal, editor
Wagner, Wolfgang, 1970- editor
Werner, W. G. (Wouter G.), 1966- editor
ISBN 1137357274 (electronic bk.)
9781137357274 (electronic bk.)