July 19, 2024

The Unsustainablity Of American Power – A Sustained Critique of G. John Ikenberry (Fernando G. Herrero), Part 2

The following is the second of a two-part series. The first can be found here. The moment the reader tinkers thus with the subject position in “Why American Power Endures:

The Unsustainablity Of American Power – A Sustained Critique of G. John Ikenberry (Fernando G. Herrero), Part 1

G. John Ikenberry’s article “Why American Power Endures: the U.S.-led Order isn’t in Decline” deserves a close reading. This very visible International-Relations (IR) modality of knowledge production, unlike postmodern and

Pluritopic Hermeneutics, Polycentricity And Islamic Diplomacy – Rethinking The Praxis Of Modern Diplomacy In Light Of Al-Ghazzal’s Embassy To 18th Century Spain, 1766-1767 (Achraf Idrissi)

Overview The aim of this article is to foreground a praxis of non-Western diplomacy within a rubric of interplay among international relations, cultural representation and intellectual thought. The 18th century Moroccan