The interrelationship between justice, order and anarchy constitutes arguably the core defining problematique of modern International Relations (IR), but despite anarchy, social justice and radically alternative conceptions of order being at the heart of anarchist thought, few in IR have turned to anarchism for insight or potential solutions to the problems of contemporary world politics and IR. This project examined how anarchist thought, specifically the international political theory of Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (1809-1865), provides an original and compelling alternative to the problem of justice, order and anarchy in IR.
|Alternative title||Anarchism and IR|
|Effective start/end date||1/10/09 → 1/10/10|
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