Beyond expansion: political contestation in the global international society

Conde Tourinho, Marcos

Geneva : Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, 2015 . - 333 p.

Directeur de th├Ęse : Professeur Thomas Biersteker

Abstract: This research investigates the emergence of the global international society of today. It does so by considering the perspectives, intentionality and agency of a variety of actors worldwide in the establishment of, between the mid-nineteenth century and the post second world war, three fundamental norms of international conduct of international society: the rule of non-intervention, the right to self-determination and the regulation of the use of military force.

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