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Coronavirus, Democracy and the Challenges of Engaging a Planetary Order

Milja Kurki

? Is action timely and effective enough? Are liberal societies willing to sacrifice economic well-being for the sake of collective self-defense? What is the future of liberal world order in this context? Already considered in trouble, the crisis of

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The (R)evolution Is Dead, Long Live the (r)evolution!

Daniel P. Ritter

liberal world order. 4 At least for the time being. 5 For an insightful treatment of this particular conundrum, see Abrams (2019) . 6 Note that Lawson is content to call an attempt at regime overthrow a revolution, meaning that regime collapse

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Germany: Hegemon or Free Rider?

Stephen F. Szabo

Bagger that Germany and Europe have benefitted from seven decades of American commitment to Europe and to the liberal world order and that given Trump's open attacks on both Germany and the European Union, the need for a new hegemon or leader is crucial

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Latin America

A challenging prospect for regionalism 1

Ernesto Vivares

market failures at the international level within the liberal world order (the neoliberal, in fact). The major problems with this approach are the exchange rates for the management of capital flows and the policies toward the financial sector. Most of the

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The Relevance of Robert Sobukwe’s Pan-Africanism in Contemporary South Africa

Lauren Marx

. 2012 . “ The elders and soft power ” in Conversations and soliloquies: a window on South Africa . Bloomington, Indiana : IUniverse . Irwin , R.M. 2012 . Gordian knot: apartheid and the unmaking of the liberal world order . Oxford : Oxford

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Leading through a Decade of Crisis—Not Bad, After All

Germany’s Leadership Demand and Followership Inclusion, 2008-2018

Valerio Alfonso Bruno and Giacomo Finzi

. Figure 6 Overall Results During the decade of crisis, Germany was not always the prototype of the liberal and constructive leader—the “last champion of the liberal world order,” portrayed by the vast majority of media 77 —nor did Germany display

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Right-Wing Populism and International Issues

A Case Study of the AfD

Christiane Lemke

. Der Ausverkauf der amerikanischen Demokratie und die Folgen für Europa (Cologne, 2016); Richard N. Haass “Liberal World Order, R.I.P.,” Council on Foreign Relations, 21 March 2018; available at https

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Sinophobia, American Imperialism, Disorder Without Responsibility

Shuchen Xiang

invasions from the steppe.” 71 China joined the WTO in 2001. The U.S.-led world order seemed content with China's status in the neo-liberal world order so long as it served as an outsourced

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Legacies of Leadership

Assessing Angela Merkel's Role in Foreign Relations and the European Union through a Gender-Sensitive Lens

Christiane Lemke

values. 3 Her conviction that relations with other countries should be based on shared values, mutual recognition, and compromise is well known. Merkel frequently stood up against nationalistic or populist rhetoric contesting the “liberal world order.” 4

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La estrategia interregional europea de apoyo a la integración latinoamericana (SIEPIR-AL)

El caso de la Facilidad de Inversión para América Latina (LAIF)

Andrea Parra

.0.: America and the dilemmas of liberal world order . Perspectives on Politics 7 ( 1 ), 71 – 87 . 10.1017/S1537592709090112 Ip , E.C. ( 2010 ). The power of international legal personality (Working Paper No. 4). Bruges : UNU-CRIS . Keohane , R