9780198716860

The Expansion of International Society

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    9780198716860

  • ISBN10:

    0198716869

  • Edition: Reprint
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2019-11-28
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Author Biography


Hedley Bull, Formerly Montague Burton Professor of International Relations, The University of Oxford,Adam Watson, Formerly Visiting Professor, University of Virginia

Hedley Bull was Montague Burton Professor of International Relations at Oxford University.

Adam Watson was Visiting Professor at the Center for Advanced Studies, University of Virginia, and formerly of the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

Table of Contents


Part 1: European International Society and the Outside World
1. European International Society and its Expansion, Adam Watson
2. The Military Factor in European Expansion, Michael Howard
3. Europe in the World Economy, Patrick O'Brien
4. Russia and the European States System, Adam Watson
5. Spain and the Indies, Michael Donelan
6. British and Russian Relations with Asian Governments in the Nineteenth Century, David Gillard
7. European States and African Political Communities, Hedley Bull
Part II: The Entry of Non-European States into International Society
8. The Emergence of a Universal International Society, Hedley Bull
9. New States in America, Adam Watson
10. The Ottoman Empire and the European States System, Thomas Naff
11. China's Entry into International Society, Gerrit W. Gong
12. Japan's Entry into International Society, Hidemi Suganami
13. The Era of the Mandates System and the Non-European World, Wm. Roger Louis
Part III: The Challenge to Western Dominance
14. The Revolt Against the West, Hedley Bull
15. The Emergence of the Third World, Peter Lyon
16. Racial Equality, R.J. Vincent
17. China and the International Order, Coral Bell
18. India and the International Order: Retreat from Idealism, Gopal Krishna
19. Africa Entrapped: Between the Protestant Ethic and the Legacy of Westphalia, Ali Mazrui
20. Islam in the International Order, James Piscatori
21. The Soviet Union and the Third World: From Anti-Imperialism to Counter-Imperialism, Richard Lowenthal
22. France: Adjustment to Change, Christopher M. Andrew
Part IV: The New International Society
23. A New International Disorder, Elie Kedourie
24. The Expansion of International Society: The Consequences for the Law of Nations, Ian Brownlie
25. Diplomacy Today, Michael Palliser
26. The International Order in a Multicultural World, Adda Bozeman
27. Unity and Diversity in Contemporary World Culture, Ronald Dore

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