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Transversal Lines: An Introduction

Abstract : Speaking about the international, identifying its specificity, has commonly depended on multiple fragmentations: levels of analysis to distinguish the internal from the international, and particular individuals from both; disciplinary boundaries that differentiate international relations from anthropology (confined to localized peoples of marginal interest), and from both sociology and politics (confined to the domestic life of nations and states); distinctions between theoretical and empirical research, between politics and economics, and between scholars willing to face up to political realities and those who prefer to imagine something better...
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Didier Bigo, Tugba Basaran, Emmanuel-Pierre Guittet, Robert Walker. Transversal Lines: An Introduction. International Political Sociology. Transversal Lines, Routledge, pp.1 - 9, 2016, 9781138910706. ⟨hal-03398337⟩



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