Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Number of pages: 311
Weight: 5072 g
Dimensions: 216 x 140 x 24 mm
"After Liberalism? constitutes a diverse, rich set of interventions on the futures of liberalism. It provides a good theoretical and empirical bridge, within the discipline of IR, to imminent reflection on liberalism's reinvention in our post-2008 era of globalization." - International Affairs
"Liberalism is a shape-shifter; it is both championed and critiqued in many different guises. After Liberalism is a very helpful overview of the many different ways that liberalism intersects with the theory and practice of international relations. Equally important, it identifies the protean quality of liberalism as part of its essence. A notable achievement."
- Anne-Marie Slaughter, Princeton University, USA and President and CEO, the New America Foundation
"The fate of liberalism is a key concern in an age when so much attention is given to the emergence of non-liberal powers, and in this collection Friedman, Oskanian and Pacheco Pardo have produced the single best introduction to this topic currently available. With contributions from leading political and IR theorists, international political economists and area specialists, the range of material covered is available nowhere else in such a coherent and convenient form. Essential reading."
- Chris Brown, London School of Economics, UK
"Has the great project of liberal international, so influential across the last century, run out of steam? Or do the inexorable realities of growing global interdependence make more relevant than ever the internationalist effort to build a more law governed and cooperative world order? For anyone concerned with these questions - and who isn't - this book is filled with eye-opening, sobering, and trenchant insights, making it an invaluable contribution."
- Daniel Deudney, John Hopkins University, USA