Browsing International Politics by Author "Suganami, Hidemi"

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  • Suganami, Hidemi (2001-01-02)
    C. A. W. Manning, Professor of International Relations at the LSE (1930–1962), was a key contributor to the formation of the discipline in Britain. He wrote on Jurisprudence, which was his main strength; on the League of ...
  • Suganami, Hidemi (2011-05-16)
    By combining arguments about causal explanation in history found in the writings of Veyne and Dray, this article discusses one plausible line of reasoning which suggests that there is a type of causal explanation which ...
  • Suganami, Hidemi (2013-05-31)
    This article examines critical realists’ key contention that ‘causing’, or the operation of causal powers, is real or mind-independent. Against their opponents (causal idealists), they point out the (seeming) empirical ...
  • Suganami, Hidemi (2013-10-05)
    The purpose of this article is threefold: to give an account of the origins and development of the English School as a historically constituted entity; to distil from the writings of some of its early figures the English ...
  • Linklater, Andrew; Suganami, Hidemi (Cambridge University Press, 2006-05)
    What is the English School of International Relations and why is there increasing interest in it? Linklater and Suganami provide a comprehensive account of this distinctive approach to the study of world politics which ...
  • Linklater, Andrew; Suganami, Hidemi (Cambridge University Press, 2006)
    What is the English School of International Relations and why is there increasing interest in it? Linklater and Suganami provide a comprehensive account of this distinctive approach to the study of world politics which ...
  • Suganami, Hidemi (Blackwell Publishing Inc., 2010-04-30)
  • Suganami, Hidemi (2013-01)
    In his The Conduct of Inquiry in International Relations, Patrick Jackson identifies four distinct ways of studying world politics: ‘neopositivism’, ‘critical realism’, ‘analyticism’ and ‘reflexivity’. According to him, ...
  • Suganami, Hidemi (2008-12)
    One of the central concerns of International Relations (IR), as well as International History (IH), is to explain how a given event came to occur. However, the importance and effectiveness of narrative as explanation is ...
  • Suganami, Hidemi (2002-01)
    This article subjects to a close philosophical scrutiny the internal logic of Wendt’s extensive argument regarding his work’s location in the field—in particular, how it relates to, and differs from, the American ‘rationalist’ ...
  • Kurki, Milja; Suganami, Hidemi (2012-11)
    Causal inquiry has been a controversial matter in International Relations scholarship in recent years. While many new ‘non-positivist’ stances on causal analysis have been developed in recent years, many post-positivist ...
  • Suganami, Hidemi (2009-09)
    This article expounds and assesses the key contentions of Man, the State, and War. It notes that the book contains meta-theoretical and theoretical components. Through a close re-examination of the text, the article shows ...
  • Suganami, Hidemi (2007-07)
    Kelsen and Schmitt, two leading legal theorists of the twentieth century, constitute a powerful pair that sheds light on the intertwining of politics and law in the phenomenon of sovereignty. Although their conceptions of ...
  • Suganami, Hidemi (Routledge, 2006)
    This new book unites in one volume some of the most prominent critiques of Alexander Wendt's constructivist theory of international relations and includes the first comprehensive reply by Wendt. Partly reprints of benchmark ...

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