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This text demonstrates that liberalism is more deeply embedded in the structure of modern international political and economic order than is usually realized, and that at present there is a contested process of the "globalization of liberalism. As well as exploring liberalism's usefulness for understanding how international relations work, the contributors offer critical perspectives on the liberal structure of modern international society and places international liberalism into a global context by examining responses to liberalism in China, India and the Middle East.
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