Recognition in International Relations: Rethinking a Political Concept in a Global Context

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"Recognition is a basic human need. A prominent debate in Political Philosophy and Theory has highlighted the significance of this concept in daily life and in politics. Both individual and collective actors can experience misrecognition or non-recognition by significant other actors, which is often framed in terms of injustice and drives many social conflicts. However, recognition is not a panacea to all societal ills, and its multi-faceted effects in the international realm have, so far, been under-acknowledged. In ...

Recognition in International Relations: Rethinking a Political Concept in a Global Context 2015, Palgrave MacMillan, Basingstoke

ISBN-13: 9781137464712

2015 edition

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