If the ‘Neo-Neo synthesis’ is the result of the epistemological and ontological convergence of neorealism and neoliberalism, what are the benefits and costs of this convergence?

If the ‘Neo-Neo synthesis’ is the result of the epistemological and ontological convergence of neorealism and neoliberalism, what are the benefits and costs of this convergence?

choose one of the following questions for their major essay of 3500 words +/- 10%.

 

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  • Proper paragraphing and formatting, correct grammar, spelling, punctuation (proofread well)

 

 

Sources for the essay MUST be scholarly books, journal articles and book chapters. Internet sources must be used sparingly and only where strictly necessary. Essays based solely or predominantly on websites are unlikely to achieve a pass grade. (Please note: journal articles or e-books accessed electronically are not considered to be internet sources).

 

 

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  1. If the ‘Neo-Neo synthesis’ is the result of the epistemological and ontological convergence of neorealism and neoliberalism, what are the benefits and costs of this convergence?

 

  1. Compare and contrast how the English School and postcolonial theory view the ‘Third World Revolt’.

 

  1. Marx made a number of startlingly predictions about the global expansion of capitalism and globalization. Has the interconnectedness of the world economy increased the bonds of international community or reduced them?

 

  1. In what ways does Critical Theory provide the descriptive and normative bases for emancipation in world politics?

 

  1. Postmodern scholars have tended to view the universalist aspirations of cosmopolitanism as dangerous, relative, and exclusionary. Can cosmopolitanism overcome these criticisms?

 

  1. How does gender inequality and patriarchy impinge on international order and justice?

 

  1. Postcolonial theory suggests that the narrative of International Relations is problematically trapped in the discourses of modernity, development, and progress. Critically analyse and evaluate how postcolonial theory conceive of alternative ways of approaching world politics.
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