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VDM Publishing House, May 2008, Pages: 60
Puzzled by the relative disregard of the September 11 by international order researchers, the work considers the ways in which the world order has developed after the terrorist attacks. The analysis builds on fundamental theoretical frameworks of the hegemonic stability (Robert Gilpin) and the constitutional order (John Ikenberry), taking the perspective of transatlantic relations and striving to contribute to the realist-institutionalist and unilateralist-multilateralist debate. The book is innovative for introducing for the first time the notion of the spectrum of international order strength (ranging from strong hegemonism to strong constitutionalism). The main findings of the research indicate that the American order got the track of weak hegemonism. By providing both a comprehensive analysis of the American post-Cold War order and predicting the ways of its development for the nearest future, the analysis has both empirical and theoretical value. Therefore, it will be useful for policy-makers, foreign policy professionals, think tank specialists, dealing with the international strategy of the US, as well as students of international order and transatlantic relations.
Turkhan H Sadigov, MA: Lecturer of International Relations Theory on leave at the Baku State University (Baku/Azerbaijan), Department of International Relations. Main research areas: international order and regimes, organizations as security cooperation frameworks. Currently enrolled in the graduate program at the University of South Carolina.