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Michel Foucault and International Relations: Cannibal Relations

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Political sciences has framed the issue of how people are governed and how they govern themselves by differentiating power within the state and power between states, thereby separating government stuidies and the study of international relations. The distinction between an inside and an outside of the state has organized both sub-disciplines as Siamese twins who would hate each other while endlessly await for surgery. This has become so "natural" for us - as scholars - that we seem to be forgetting this initial split despite its immense consequences for the study of dynamics of power and politics, and their inscription in space...
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hal-01497578 , version 1 (28-03-2017)

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Didier Bigo. Michel Foucault and International Relations: Cannibal Relations. Philippe Bonditti; Didier Bigo; Frédéric Gros. Foucault and the Modern International. Silences and Legacies for the Study of World Politics, Palgrave Macmillan, pp.33 - 55, 2017, 9781349950980. ⟨hal-01497578⟩
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