By Roland Bleiker
This e-book examines a variety of dissident practices, from highway protests to political poetry, in an try to show that they're turning into an more and more vital point of world politics. the writer attracts on numerous case experiences, together with an research of the occasions that ended in the cave in of the Berlin Wall. The theoretical discussions specialise in how humans effect the process politics at a time while obstacles among household and foreign spheres are blurring.
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For this purpose the focus rests on a close scrutiny of a speciﬁc contemporary transversal struggle: the events that led to the disintegration of East Germany and, eventually, to a transition into a new, post-Cold War international order. The massive street demonstrations that preceded the collapse of the Berlin Wall were undoubtedly key manifestations of popular dissent. They may, at least at ﬁrst sight, also be read as endorsements of the la Boe´tiean image of human agency. , p. 230. 32 Writing human agency after the death of God Germans took to the streets and demanded political reform.
Relevant literatures are so extensive that difﬁcult selections have to be made. The very nature of the arguments presented in this book is thus intrinsically linked to the process of sorting out the discussions that are to be engaged from those that are not. As a result, there will be no sustained engagement with several themes one may expect to ﬁnd in a book on dissent, human agency and global politics. For instance, there will be occasional references to, but no systematic analysis of the structure–agency debate that has come to take a prominent place in international theory.
11–44. Smith, ‘Positivism and Beyond’, p. 13. 16 Theorising transversal dissent relations have been constituted, perceived and entrenched. The point, then, is not to ‘rescue the exploration of identity from postmodernists’,43 but to explore questions of agency and identity in the context of an understanding of social dynamics that takes into account how ideas and practices mutually inﬂuence each other. 44 The purpose and potential of such an approach are well recognised at least since Robert Cox introduced a distinction between critical and problem-solving approaches to world politics.
Popular Dissent, Human Agency and Global Politics (Cambridge Studies in International Relations) by Roland Bleiker