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The authors question the way in which the debate about liberalism has been conducted. Against the theoreticians it is proposed that liberalism has suffered from being too closely tied to the quest for scientific authenticity, resulting in a theoretical perspective with little or no commitment to political values and political vision. By reformulating the classical liberalism of Kant, Paine, and Mill into neo-liberalism, liberalism lost its critical and normative potential. Against the policy-makers it is proposed that the practices of liberal ordering are resilient enough to prove durable despite the relative decline in the power and authority of liberal states. Just as cooperative practices between states predated liberalism, aspects of world order today which evolved during the high point of liberal internationalism may succeed in outliving liberalism.
Tim Dunne, University of Queensland
Trine Flockhart, Danish Institute for International Studies
Table of Contents
Introduction, TIM DUNNE, TRINE FLOCKHART & MARJO KOIVISTO
1. Liberal Internationalism, G. JOHN IKENBERRY
2. Resilient Liberal International Practices, EMANUEL ADLER
3. Liberal Imaginations: Transformative Logics of Liberal Order, TRINE FLOCKHART
4. Grand Days, Dark Palaces: The Contradictions of Liberal Ordering, HEATHER RAE & CHRIS REUS-SMIT
5. Liberal World Orders, Reciprocal and Hierarchic, MARJO KOIVISTO
6. 'The fear of universal monarchy': Balance of Power as an Ordering Practice of Liberty, RICHARD DEVETAK
7. Imperialism and Anti-Imperialism in Eurocentric Liberal International Theory, JOHN M. HOBSON & MARTIN HALL
8. Liberal Quotidian Practices of World Ordering, KIMBERLEY HUTCHINGS
9. Theoretical Foundations of Liberal Order, CASPER SYLVEST
10. Democracy Promotion as a Practice of Liberal World Order, CHRISTOPHER HOBSON & MILIJA KURKI
11. States of Empire: Liberal Ordering and Imperial Relations, PAUL MUSGRAVE & DANIEL NEXON
12. Internationalism and Interventionism, TIM DUNNE
13. Liberal International Order, STEFFANO GUZZINI