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Language, Agency, and Politics in a Constructed World


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I: The Linguistic Turn; 1: Language, Nonfoundationalism, International Relations; 2: Parsing Personal Identity: Self, Other, Agent; 3: Constructivist International Relations Theory and the Semantics of Performative Language; 4: Breaking the Silence: Language and Method in International Relations; 5: Three Ways of Spilling Blood; II: Language, Agency, and Politics; 6: Real Interdependence: Discursivity and Concursivity in International Politics; 7: Criticism and Form: Speech Acts, Normativity, and the Postcolonial Gaze; 8: The Difference that Language-Power Makes: Solving the Puzzle of the Suez Crisis; 9: Conflicting Narratives, Conflicting Moralities: The United Nations and the Failure of Humanitarian Intervention; 10: Language, Rules, and Order: The Westpolitik Debate of Adenauer and Schumacher; 11: "Ce n'est pas une Guerre/This Is Not a War": The International Language and Practice of Political Violence

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Francois Debrix

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