Hedley Bull explores three key questions: what is the nature of order in world politics?; how is it maintained in the contemporary state system?; and what alternative paths to world order are feasible and desirable?
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Hedley Bull was Montague Burton Professor of International Relations at Oxford University.
Andrew Hurrell is Faculty Fellow at Nuffield College, Oxford University.Review:
A masterful analysis of the problem of international order in contemporary society and of the feasibility of such alternative models as disarmament, global organization, a highly proliferated world, and a radical redistribution of wealth and power.(FOREIGN AFFAIRS)
Bull has written that rarest of books: it is not the last, but the first word on its subject.(Political Science Quarterly)
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