Rule and Resistance Beyond the Nation State

Contestation, Escalation, Exit
Rowman & Littlefield International (Verlag)
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 22. Oktober 2019
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  • 272 Seiten
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Rule and resistance can no longer be understood in national contexts only. They both have transnationalised over the last decades. The scholarly discourse, however, still lags behind these developments. While International Relations only sees institutional "governance", social movement studies only see instances of resistance. Both, however, lack the necessary vocabulary to describe the dynamic interplay between systems of rule and resistance. While we are governed by transnational structures of rule, a systematic analysis of how this operates and how it can be resisted remains to be developed. This book develops an understanding of these power relations through rich empirical case studies of different forms of rule-resistance relationships. Some resistant groups demand reforms of particular policies and institutions. Others attack institutions head-on. Yet other actors attempt to escape the rules they reject. Which forms of resistance can we expect under different kinds of rule? How can we understand transnational rule in the first place? The book gives new inspiring answers to these difficult questions.
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  • Englisch
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  • Großbritannien
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978-1-78661-267-0 (9781786612670)
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Felix Anderl is Research Associate at the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities at the University of Cambridge, UK.

Christopher Daase is Professor of International Organizations, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany.

Nicole Deitelhoff is the Executive Director of the Peace Research Institute Frankfurt, Germany.

Victor Kempf is Research Associate at the Chair for Practical and Social Philosophy, Humboldt University, Germany.

Jannik Pfister is Research Associate at the Chair of International Relations and Theories of Global Orders, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany.

Philip Wallmeier is Research Associate at the Chair of International Organizations, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany.
1. Introduction by the Editors

Part I: Contestation

Introduction to the Section (Felix Anderl, Nicole Deitelhoff, Regina Hack)

2. Changing the International Rule of Development to Include Citizen Driven Accountability - A Successful Case of Contestation (Susan Park)

3. Divide and Rule? The Politics of Self-Legitimation in the WTO (Felix Anderl, Nicole Deitelhoff, Regina Hack)

4. The Last Refuge of the Scoundrel: Comparing Ecuadorian and Russian Harbouring of Whistleblowers in Light of International Civil Disobedience (Ben Kamis & Martin Schmetz)

5. Hegemony and Varieties of Contestation: Social Movements and the Struggle over Coal-Based Energy Production in Indonesia (Anna Fünfgeld)

6. Lethal Repression and Transnational Solidarity (Lesley Wood)

Part II: Escalation

Introduction to the Section (Jannik Pfister, Daniel Kaiser, Christopher Daase)

7. How Interactions within the Resistance Shape the Relationship between Resistance and Rule: Jihadism in Africa and the Middle East (Martha Crenshaw)

8. The Dynamics of Resistance and Rule in High-Capacity Authoritarian States ()

9. Escalation through Cooperation: How Transnational Relations Affect Violent Resistance (Holger Marcks, Janusz Biene, Daniel Kaiser, Christopher Daase)

Part III: Exit

Introduction to the Section (Victor Kempf, Philip Wallmeier)

10. Withdrawal as Dissident Politics (Philip Wallmeier/Maik Fielitz)

11. Exiting Private Property - On the Interstitial Terrain of Becoming Communards (Ferdinand Stenglein)

12. Arundhati Roy: Framing the Limits of Radicalized Dissidence (Rina Ramdev)

13. Exodus from The Political? Workerist Conceptions of Radical Resistance (Victor Kempf)

14. Conclusion: Approaching Rule and Resistance Beyond the Nation-State

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