Month: diciembre 2008

Hamás vs. Israel: ¿Quién acaba con la espiral de violencia?

[Visto: 194 veces]

Hamás vs. Israel: ¿Quién acaba con la espiral de violencia?  ( año 2021) by Dw “A Fondo”

Hamás – Fatah, hermanos enemigos

[Visto: 100 veces]

Hamás – Fatah, hermanos enemigos en contexto (hace 4 años) by France 24

El Hijo Rebelde de Hamas

[Visto: 108 veces]

El Hijo Rebelde de Hamas en contexto (2014) by

Oppenheimer Presenta # 1426

Geopolitical tensions between NATO and Russia increase in the Arctic

[Visto: 170 veces]

Geopolitical tensions between NATO and Russia increase in the Arctic by Dw.

El impacto de la guerra entre Israel y Hamás en la geopolítica global

[Visto: 79 veces]

El impacto de la guerra entre Israel y Hamás en la geopolítica global by France 24.

Geopolítica sobre los escombros de la Unión Soviética

[Visto: 134 veces]

Geopolítica sobre los escombros de la Unión Soviética by Dw.

The state of world nuclear forces

[Visto: 211 veces]

The state of world nuclear forces by SIPRI.

Property and international relations: lessons from Locke on anarchy and sovereignty

[Visto: 137 veces]

Property has a ubiquitous presence in international practice, but its implications for theorizing world order are not adequately explored. I remedy this by showing how property constitutes the core concepts of anarchy and sovereignty in international relations (IR) as overlapping spaces of right-based governance. I develop my account of a property-based world order in relation to the work of John Locke. Locke is generally overlooked as a core IR thinker, with the unfortunate consequence that anarchy and sovereignty are conceptualized as polar opposites under the enduring shadow of Hobbes. Even prominent critics of Hobbesian anarchy rely on Hobbesian notions of sovereignty, resulting in minimalist conceptions of international society and international ethics. To counter these Hobbesian legacies, I turn to Locke’s limited, plural, and fluid accounts of anarchy and sovereignty and show how they are grounded in a normative notion of property that mutually constitutes them. This provides an alternative to the Hobbesian absolutist conceptions of anarchy and sovereignty that many IR theorists still operate with. The result is a distinctly normative vision for IR that condemns the twin evils of conquest and tyranny.

Published online by Cambridge University Press, link:

https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/international-theory/article/property-and-international-relations-lessons-from-locke-on-anarchy-and-sovereignty/B0CFF239AF3050FBD3F217674285723D

The War in Ukraine and Russia-North Korean Arms Transfers: What’s Next?

[Visto: 124 veces]

The War in Ukraine and Russia-North Korean Arms Transfers: What’s Next? by CSIS.

Transatlantic Defense In An Era of Strategic Competition

[Visto: 100 veces]

Transatlantic Defense In An Era of Strategic Competition on live by CSIS.