By Stuart Shields, Ian Bruff, Huw Macartney
"This booklet supplies provocative responses to contemporary debates in overseas Political economic climate. It presents a miles wanted and well timed intervention to the present anodyne discussions in regards to the evolution of the self-discipline and activates wider mirrored image at the nature of enquiry itself"-- pt. 1. discussion -- pt. 2. Debate -- pt. three. Dissensus
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Extra resources for Critical International Political Economy: Dialogue, Debate and Dissensus
This second group, the national capitalists, were, like Brailsford, critics of the League structure, but, from Brailsford’s point of view, they were critical of that part of the League system that was at least doing some good. Thus, Brailsford found himself confronting what he saw as two wrong paths: a liberal internationalism that did nothing to deal with the capitalist roots of global instability, and a more old-fashioned nationalist conservatism that sacrificed long-term global order for shorter-term capitalist interests.
Put differently, space and scale are internal to capitalism rather than epiphenomenal. In the concluding section we propound an alternative reading of the transnational and suggest that this might be a useful contribution to the counter-hegemonic project at the heart of critical IPE. Orthodox IPE: from the national to the international to the global Realism to neoliberalism As we begin to outline the problem of space, we explore how IPE has tended to ‘add-space-and-mix’ to its analytical focus on the political and the economic.
Although remaining critical of the idea of collective security under the League, which he saw as being too reliant on Anglo-French military power and the old-style threat of force (1938a, pp. 53–7), by the late 1930s Brailsford was arguing for the use of collective security (especially as part of a British–French–Soviet anti-fascist front) as the only serious alternative to the greater barbarism of fascism (1936, Part IV). Brailsford and the origins of IPE Brailsford’s international thought is, at its base, a theory of imperialism which presents capitalist accumulation and the system of the sovereign state as the causes of an inherently violent and unjust global system.
Critical International Political Economy: Dialogue, Debate and Dissensus by Stuart Shields, Ian Bruff, Huw Macartney