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  • Clark, Ian (2001-12)
    This collection of essays grapples, historically, with the complex issues involved in understanding system transformation. Often these transformations have taken the form of a shift along the spectrum of independence-cen ...
  • Clark, Ian (2009-01)
    Hegemony suffers from a bad press. It is currently used to refer simply to United States primacy. Thus presented, the US is considered to have been hegemonic since 1945, or at least since 1990. Instead, hegemony is presented ...
  • Clark, Ian (2011-01-31)
    This article critically reviews the suggestion that we are experiencing a ‘succession of hegemonies’ from the United States to China. It develops Martin Wight's writings on hegemony, and introduces a fundamental distinction ...
  • Williams, Huw (Aberystwyth UniversityInternational Politics, 2009)
    John Rawls has been the most influential figure in Anglo-American political philosophy since publishing A Theory of Justice in 1971. The focus of this thesis is his later work, The Law of Peoples, which sets out his ideas ...
  • Clark, Ian (Oxford University Press, 2011-04-07)
    Adopting an English School approach, the book suggests that hegemony be regarded as an institution of international society. It explores this notion historically through the Concert of Europe, Pax britannica and Pax ...
  • Clark, Ian (2009-09-30)
    Waltzian analysis proceeds from the distinction between the ordering principles of anarchy and hierarchy. This raises the large question whether the introduction of pockets of ‘authority’ would represent a fundamental ...
  • Clark, Ian (Oxford University Press, 2007-06-21)
    The conventional view of international society is that it is interested only in co-existence and order amongst states. This creates a puzzle. When the historical record is examined, we discover that international society ...
  • Clark, Ian (Oxford University Press, 2005-04-28)
  • Clark, Ian (Oxford University Press, 2001-09-09)
    What changed with the end of the Cold War? This book traces the main effects on Europe, Pacific Asia, the Middle East, and arms control. It considers the major developments in the global economy, patterns of security, and ...
  • Ruzicka, Jan (Aberystwyth UniversityInternational Politics, 2010)
    This thesis examines the relationship between security, politics and revolution. It analyzes securitization theory’s assumptions about politics and how these assumptions underpin processes of securitization. This analysis ...
  • Karaboghossian, Ara (Aberystwyth UniversityInternational Politics, 2014)
    There has recently been a plea to better problematize the concept of practice in International Relations (IR) theory. This study attempts to explore (and contribute to) the merits of advocating a practice turn in IR. The ...
  • Bukovansky, Mlada; Clark, Ian; Eckersley, Robyn; Price, Richard; Reus-Smit, Christian; Wheeler, Nicholas J. (Cambridge University Press, 2012)
    The book examines for the first time the nature of international special responsibilities, the complex politics that surround them, and how they condition social power. The argument is illustrated with reference to nuclear ...
  • Clark, Ian (2009-06)
    English School (ES) writers have never developed a systematic account of hegemony, and most set out with assumptions that are `antihegemonial'. The writings of Hedley Bull, in particular, appeared to reject any notion of ...
  • Clark, Ian (Oxford University Press, 2013)
    The book brings an 'international society' perspective to understanding the nature of the vulnerable. Starting from a 'social vulnerability' point of view, it demonstrates the ways in which international society contributes ...

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