Synopses & Reviews
The putative new world order, when viewed from different regions of the globe, is not really new, is hardly global in scope, and is anything but orderly in its development. In this volume, an international cast of contributors comes together to share regional perspectives on questions about peace and security, economic growth and welfare, and democracy and civil society in the postCold War world. They find that there has been uneven globalization” with strong regional variation”two important concepts that this book brings to theory-building beyond the rhetoric of new world order thinking.An ideal supplement for many courses in international relations, Whose World Order? transcends the typically Eurocentric view projected in most textbooks, combining theory and practical evidence from the different regions in innovative applications and analyses.
About the Author
Hans-Henrik Holm is professor of world politics at the Danish School of Journalism. Georg Sørensen is senior lecturer in international politics at Aarhus University, Denmark. Georg Sørensen is professor of international politics and economics at the University of Aarhus, Denmark. He has written numerous books and articles on international relations and development issues.