Turning Points of World Transformation: New Trends, Challenges and Actors

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نام کتاب : Turning Points of World Transformation: New Trends, Challenges and Actors
ویرایش : 1st ed. 2022
عنوان ترجمه شده به فارسی : نقاط عطف تحول جهان: روندهای جدید، چالش ها و بازیگران
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ناشر : Palgrave Macmillan
سال نشر : 2022
تعداد صفحات : 255
ISBN (شابک) : 9789811917578 , 9811917574
زبان کتاب : English
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About This Book\nContents\nNotes on Contributors\nList of Figures\nPart I Non-State Actors in State-Centrist Westphalian System\n1 Introduction. Transformation of the Political Organization of the World\n Methodology\n Results: Reflection of the Transformation of the World Political System in the Works of the Authors of the Monograph\n Conclusion\n References\n2 NGOs in the Middle East\n Methodology\n Results\n How do NGOs Contribute to Society in General?\n The International Activity of Regional NGOs\n Categories of NGOs\n The Main International NGOs Operating in the Middle East\n Regional NGOs\n KAFA (Enough) Violence & Exploitation\n Jordan Hashemite Charity Organization (JHCO)\n Conclusion\n References\n3 Smart City—A Global Project of Late Capitalism\n Methodology\n Results\n Smart Cities as a Business Ideology and a Governance Strategy\n Smart Cities Through the Lenses of the French Regulation School\n Conclusions\n References\n4 “Failed” Arab States–A Threat to Regional and International Stability\n The Phenomenon of “Failed States”—Theoretical Aspects\n Non-State Actors and State Disintegration\n Climate Change and State Disintegration\n “Failed State”—A Regional and a Global Threat\n References\n5 The Origin, Present State, and Future of Multipolarity from a Connectivity Perspective\n Methodology\n Results\n The Unipolar Moment\n The Onset of the Global Systemic Transition\n Structural Analysis\n Russian Interests\n Conclusions\n Historical Processes Are Non-Linear (“The Return of History”):\n Civilizations Can Be Understood as Subjects of Study in Their Own Right (“Civilizationalism”):\n Liberal Democracy Isn’t Democratic on a Global Scale (“Paradox of Democracy”):\n Civilizations Are Converging Because of China’s New Silk Roads (“Community of Common Destiny”):\n The Orthodox & Islamic Civilizations Might Converge (“Ummah Pivot”):\n Inter-Regional & Eventually-Civilizational Regulatory Structures Are Needed (“Multipolar World Order”):\n References\nPart II Trends in Interstate Relations in Modern World Politics\n6 Significant Improvement in Relations Between Russia and Japan, and Why There Was No Breakthrough\n Methodology\n Results\n The Initial Steps and Premises for Improving Russian-Japanese Relations\n From the Formulation of a “New Approach” Toward the Resolution of the Territorial Issue to the Occurrence of Differences Between the Parties’ Positions\n Japan’s Approval of Concessions and Further Hardening of the Russian Position\n The Geopolitical Framework of Russian-Japanese Relations\n Conclusion\n References\n7 Theoretical Perspectives on BRICS: What Kind of an International Institution Is It?\n Neorealism\n Neoliberalism\n The Peaceful Coexistence Concept\n Postpositivism\n Conclusions\n References\n8 Russia and the Arctic Council: Toward a New Cooperative Agenda?\n Russia’s Academic Discourse on the Arctic Governance Regime\n The Russian Political Discourse on the Arctic Council\n Post-Ukrainian Developments\n Thinking About the Future: Russian Perspectives on the Arctic Council’ Development Prospects\n Conclusions\n References\n9 The UN and the Middle East Settlement—Mission: Impossible\n Methodology\n The Main Part of the Study\n Results\n Conclusions\n References\nPart III States in the Transforming Political Organization of the World\n10 Biopolitical Challenges of Modern World Politics\n Methodology\n Results\n Recommendations\n References\n11 The COVID-19 Health Scare and Its Impact on the US Politics and Society\n The Earlier Discussions of Pandemics’ Potential Impact\n The Healthcare Shock\n The Economic Consequences\n The Political Dimension\n The Policy Implications\n The Long-Term Consequences?\n Foreign Policy Implications\n The Post-Pandemic Future: Are the Changes to Stay?\n References\n12 Spatial Development, Regional Policy, and Contemporary World Politics\n Methodology\n Results\n International Relations as an Incentive for Regional Policy\n East of Russia\n Japan\n China\n The Republic of Korea\n Conclusions/Recommendations\n References\n13 Alternative Für Deutschland and the Origins of the German Sonderweg\n Back in the Future? The EU and the New Nationalist Tendencies\n The German Case: Alternative Für Deutschland\n Volksgeist and German Nation, an Open Question\n German Identity and Neo-Romanticism\n Conclusion\n References\n14 The Rise of Euroscepticism in Europe in Time of Crisis in World Politics\n Methodology\n Results\n Ratio of Euroscepticism and Populism, Nationalism, Radicalism\n Reasons for the Strengthening of Eurosceptic Positions in the EU at the Present Stage\n Conclusions\n Appendix\n References




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