War, Religion and Empire The Transformation of International Orders
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Description: What are international orders, how are they destroyed, and how can they be defended in the face of violent challenges? Andrew Phillips examines the ways in which war, religious fundamentalism, and the collapse of empires have transformed international orders from the Reformation to the 'war on terror'.
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Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 12/23/2010
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
|List of tables|
|What are international orders?|
|Accounting for the transformation of international orders|
|The historical transformation of international orders|
|The origins, constitution and decay of Latin Christendom|
|The collapse of Latin Christendom|
|Anarchy without society: Europe after Christendom and before sovereignty|
|The origins, constitution and decay of the Sinosphere|
|Heavenly Kingdom, imperial nemesis: Barbarians, martyrs and the crisis of the Sinosphere|
|Into the abyss: Civilisation, barbarism and the end of the Sinosphere|
|The great disorder and the birth of the East Asian sovereign state system|
|Contemporary challenges and future trajectories of world order|
|The jihadist terrorist challenge to the global state system|