By Alexei D. Voskressenski
This publication addresses the matter of global nearby experiences and its elements: neighborhood complexes, neighborhood subsystems and international areas. With an more and more complicated overseas process and the emergence of recent actors, it truly is transparent that the conceptual framing in the classical disciplines of IR, Political thought, overseas Political economic system or Comparative Politics can not absolutely clarify a couple of procedures originating from a tighter and complicated nexus among neighborhood, neighborhood and international dimensions.
World local reports explains the emergence of latest phenomena in diplomacy and global politics on a neighborhood and predominantly non-Western nearby point. How do non-Western societies react to the changes of the worldwide order? Is a non-Western democracy attainable? should still we talk about the chances for the looks of a non-Western IR concept or a brand new framework for reading de-westernized international development?
This learn, according to decade-long study and instructing put up in international nearby experiences at MGIMO-University and Russian college of Humanitarian reviews (RGGU), seeks to solutions those questions.
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The struggle for cooperation and development (even with the intent to strengthen and secure national sovereignty against external dangers; Booth and Wheeler (2008)) appears to be a prevailing trend of the twenty-first century, and the world terrorist attacks not only failed to undermine the given trend, but made it even stronger. Interstate conflicts in this field can be connected with the fact that protective trends and the need for state development being at different phases of development and with different systems of social access may be in conflict.
However, Cohen’s penetrating, well-thought and clear-cut historical description of the “uncentered” and “centered” East-Asian historical development highlighted the tension between historical description and theoretical explanation of different “areas” transforming into “world regions” and also their role and place in world politics. These tensions between “the West and the Rest” as Gunnar Skirbekk observed, “have caused a renewed concern for questions about ‘multiple Modernities,’ situated along the dimension between universality and plurality” (Skirbekk 2014, 1).
Thus, the nature of research was identified to study the peripheral part of the world—the East, formerly the Orient—as a number of traditionalist non-modernized or slowly modernizing societies, primarily through the prism of understanding its ethnographic peculiarities and the specifics of the West-centric view of the other world in the academic discipline of Oriental Studies best described by Edward Said in his book Orientalism (1977). In the second half of the twentieth century, the agenda of Oriental Studies was extended to include economic and then political subjects (economic as well as political development and modernization).
Non-Western Theories of International Relations : Conceptualizing World Regional Studies by Alexei D. Voskressenski