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Class, States and International Relations: A critical appraisal of Robert Cox and neo-Gramscian theory,9780415681865
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The neo-Gramscian perspective, pioneered by Robert Cox, has made an important contribution to the development of critical International Relations theory since the early-1980s. Robert Cox and Neo-Gramscian International Relations Theoryprovides a Marxist critique of Cox and the neo-Gramscians that both addresses their shortcomings and offers an alternative explanation of world order change. Budd proves that this is all the more relevant in the current period of war and crisis, when the international dimensions of social existence continue to exercise a major influence over #xE2;#xAC;#xDC;domestic#xE2;#xAC;" politics and economics and when the interest in Marxism can be expected to grow. Using a combination of IR theory and historical explanation, inclusive of contemporary world order dynamics and US power, this book will appeal to both students and scholars of International Relations, international studies, and international history.

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