Special issue of Global Society

Nick Kiersey has edited a special issue of the journal Global Society on Foucault and International Relations.

Global Society, Volume 23 Issue 4 2009

The papers assembled in this special issue are the result of a series of discussions, starting with a panel organised by David Chandler at the 33rd Annual Conference of the British International Studies Association, University of Exeter, 13-17 December 2008, and continuing with discussions across a range of panels at the 50th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, New York, 15-18 February 2009. These papers represent just a sample of viewpoints and arguments extended on those occasions.

Editorial
Editorial Introduction
Nicholas J. Kiersey; Jason R. Weidner
Pages 353 – 361
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Neoliberal Political Economy and the Subjectivity of Crisis: Why Governmentality is Not Hollow
Nicholas J. Kiersey
Pages 363 – 386
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Governmentality, Capitalism, and Subjectivity
Jason R. Weidner
Pages 387 – 411
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Governmentality of What? Populations, States and International Organisations
Jonathan Joseph
Pages 413 – 427
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Foucault’s Concept of Power and the Global Discourse of Human Rights
Ivan Manokha
Pages 429 – 452
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Hobbes, War, Movement
Leonie Ansems De Vries; Jorg Spieker
Pages 453 – 474
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Taking Foucault beyond Foucault: Inter-state Governmentality in Early Modern Europe
Halvard Leira
Pages 475 – 495
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Decentring Global Power: The Merits of a Foucauldian Approach to International Relations
Doerthe Rosenow
Pages 497 – 517
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“… we are being left to burn because we do not count” : Biopolitics, Abandonment, and Resistance
Anna Selmeczi
Pages 519 – 538
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Rethinking Foucault in International Relations: Promiscuity and Unfaithfulness
Andrew W. Neal
Pages 539 – 543
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