in Recognition and Global Politics


The origins of this book are rooted in a research workshop convened at the University of St Andrews in April 2014. Thanks are due to the University of St Andrews for helping to fund and provide a hospitable venue for the workshop, which allowed us to assemble an international team of scholars for a series of productive and animated discussions about the need for greater theoretical engagement with the notion of recognition in international, world and global politics. We would like to extend our gratitude to the contributors to this volume, whose enthusiastic participation and creative ideas on the range of approaches, interventions and insights about recognition and the international stand at the heart of this volume and render it an important contribution to the still nascent debate on this conjuncture and its implications. We would also like to thank the reviewers for providing valuable feedback on our book proposal. Moreover, we are grateful to Caroline Wintersgill and the editorial team at Bloomsbury for facilitating a smooth and timely transition from manuscript to book publication. Lastly, on a more personal note, our deep appreciation extends to our families; without their ongoing love and support this book would not have been possible.

Recognition and Global Politics

Critical encounters between state and world


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