Notes on Readings for Review #5:
This section is devoted to alternative and challenging perspectives in international relations theories, including Postmodernism, Feminism, the role of culture/religion/civilization, and most recently the critical importance of the inclusion of non-Western views, or what is called the “global IR” in explaining and understanding international relations. In addition to chapters from Viotti and Kauppi, several additional articles and videos are available for this section.
Viotti & Kauppi: Ch.7/Selected Readings (pp. 322-354); Ch. 8/Selected Readings (pp. 360-385); and Ch. 9/Selected Readings (pp. 391-436) – Textbook 1 PAGE OR PAGE AND A HALF COMPLETE REMEMBER
- Peter Katzenstein, “Beyond the West: Civilizations in World Politics”-2012 (51 minutes)-2012 (Links to an external site.)
- Ole Waever, “The Power of Culture in International Cooperation, Trust Building and Peace: Nordic Experiences” (15 minutes)-2014 (Links to an external site.)
- Charles Taylor, “Rethinking Religion: In-depth conversation” (Links to an external site.)
- Amitav Acharya, “Political Science and International Relations in a Multiplex World” (2014) – (start watching from minute 16) (Links to an external site.)
- Samuel Huntington, “on the ‘Clash of Civilizations