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Class, States and International Relations by Adrian Budd

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The neo-Gramscians have made an important contribution to critical IR theory. A generation of scholars has been introduced to Marxist concepts that had hitherto been relatively ignored in IR, while the neo-Gramscian articulation of political theory, political economy, history, industrial relations and sociology has provided a multi-disciplinary challenge to the narrow state-centrism of mainstream IR. Exposing Realism's ‘black box’ to critical scrutiny, the neo-Gramscian perspective has developed a sophisticated understanding of the dynamics of world order as well as rich multi-faceted explanations, underpinned by theoretical rigour, of key aspects of the modern international system. Furthermore, rejecting the transhistorical ...

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