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Harnisch | Brummer | Oppermann

Sonderbeziehungen als Nexus zwischen Außenpolitik und internationalen Beziehungen

Nomos,  2015, 382 Pages

ISBN 978-3-8487-2156-6

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englischWhy do states enter "special relationships" instead of taking up "normal relations"? To what extent do autocratic and democratic regimes build different forms of special relationships along different pathways? Examining a variety of theoretical and methodologogical approaches, this book explores the gestation, evolution and effects of special interstate relations.

The contributions suggest that special relationships between the same regime type are neither all evil or all vituous. Furthermore, they argue that their structuration effect on international relations is better understand when the interaction between regime type and the international society is accounted for.

With contributions by:

Prof. Dr. Alexander Brand, AOR a.Z. PD Dr. Klaus Brummer, Prof. Dr. Sebastian Harnisch, Dr. Suan McEwen-Fial, Lydia Knoche, Dr. Elena Kropatcheva, Prof. Dr. Ulrich Krotz, Dr. Wolfgang Muno, Dr. Nele Noesselt, Dr. Kai Oppermann, Dr. Edmund Ratka, Dr. Siegfried Schieder, Prof. Dr. Joachim Schild, Prof. Dr. Bernhard Stahl, Anna Sunik, AR a. Z. Dr. Henrike Viehrig, Jan Martin Vogel, Simon Weiss

»leistet dieser Sammelband einen wesentlichen Beitrag in der Forschung der Internationalen Beziehungen in Deutschland.«
Dr. Christoph Rohde, ZfAS 2016, 571

»Dieses außergewöhnlich gelungene Werk ist dem an Außenpolitikforschung interessierten Leser unbedingt zu empfehlen und zugleich ein Muss für jeden Fachbibliotheksbestand!«
Sascha Arnautovic, Welt Trends 2016, 67