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"Barry Buzan has led the rejuvenation of the English school since the turn of the century. This gem of a book is the culmination of his research leadership of this important theoretical domain of contemporary international relations. Readers will be pleased to find plenty of the analytical insight for which the author is renowned, supplemented by sharp commentaries on aspects of the historical, structural, and normative dimensions of the English school." Tim Dunne, University of Queensland "This book is the culmination of Buzan's call for a reconvening of the English School. Every conceivable aspect of the English School, what Buzan describes as a great conversation about international and world society, is included in this impressive book. Students and scholars alike will want to have this on their bookshelf." Brian C. Schmidt, Carleton University
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Barry Buzan is Emeritus Professor of International Relations at the LSE (formerly Montague Burton Professor), honorary professor at Copenhagen and Jilin Universities, and a Senior Fellow at LSE Ideas. In 1998 he was elected a fellow of the British Academy.
Foreword vii Part I Background and Context 1 Introduction 3 1 The Evolution of the English School 5 2 Key Concepts 12 3 Theories and Methodologies 21 Conclusions to Part I 39 Part II The Historical/Structural Orientation 41 Introduction 43 4 International Society in World History 47 5 The Expansion of European International Society 60 Conclusions to Part II: Theorizing International Society as Social Structure 78 Part III Normative Orientations: Pluralism and Solidarism 81 Introduction 83 6 Classical Pluralism and its Successors 89 7 Pluralism in Historical Perspective 97 8 Classical Solidarism and its Successors 113 9 Solidarism in Historical Perspective 134 Conclusions to Part III 164 10 Ongoing Debates and Emergent Agendas 168 Notes 188 References 194 Index 223