Continuity and Change in the Westphalian Order. International Studies Review Presidential Series

  • ID: 2638708
  • Book
  • Region: Global
  • 220 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This special issue ofInternational Studies Review focuses on the "Westphalian Moment" when the modern system of territorially organized states is said to have come into existence. The authors examine a number of issues relating to sovereignty in both its internal and external manifestations, including the role of norms in undermining non–sovereign forms of political organization, manifestations of exclusive authority over territory before Westphalia, the relationship between regional organizations and sovereign states, and the role of environmental interdependence in undermining sovereign institutions.
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Changes in the Westphalian Order: Territory, Public Authority, and SovereigntyJames A. Caporaso

The Westphalian DeferralDavid L. Blaney and Naeem Inayatullah

The End of Empire and the Extension of the Westphalian System: The Normative Basis of the Modern State OrderHendrik Spruyt

Popes, Kings, and Endogenous Institutions: The Concordat of Worms and the Origins of SovereigntyBruce Bueno de Mesquita

Environment, Wealth, and Authority: Global Climate Change and Emerging Modes of LegitimationKaren T. Litfin

Sovereignty Bargains in Regional IntegrationWalter Mattli

Changing the Rules: Reconceiving Change in the Westphalian SystemKurt Burch

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James A. Caporaso is a professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Washington.
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