The myth of 1648

class, geopolitics, and the making of modern international relations by Benno Teschke

Publisher: Verso in London

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Politics and government,
  • International relations,
  • Social conditions,
  • History,
  • Foreign relations,
  • The State

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The Treaty of Westphalia in 1648 is widely interpreted as the foundation of modern international relations. Benno Teschke exposes this as a myth. In the process he provides a fresh reinterpretation of the making of modern international relations from the eighth to the 18th century.

Edition Notes

StatementBenno Teschke
Classifications
LC ClassificationsJZ1316 .T47 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 308 p.
Number of Pages308
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27076468M
ISBN 101844673723
ISBN 109781844673728
OCLC/WorldCa286422303

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Benno Teschke exposes this as a myth. In the process he provides a fresh re-interpretation of the making of modern international relations from the eighth to the eighteenth century.

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The myth of class, geopolitics, and the making of modern international relations - Benno Teschke Inspired by the groundbreaking historical work of Robert Brenner, Teschke argues that property relations provide the key to unlocking the changing meaning of 'international' across the medieval, early modern and modern periods.

The Myth of goes a step beyond this and shows that the state is not even a valid organism for assessing actors on a world stage.

He shows that people had a way of defining sovereignty and identity as early as the middle ages by the way they were aligned to a king or lord and that these are ways to organize as well.4/5. Some myths die hard, and the notion that the Peace of Westphalia, which ended the Thirty Years’ War inestablished a system of full sovereignty for the princes of the Holy Roman Empire and the European powers is a tenacious : Michael Axworthy, Patrick Milton.

The Myth of the All-Destructive War most indecisive military contests in the history of early modern Europe’. Peace followed in not as the consequence of a In Europe, it was equally, although in a different way, catastrophic’ Initially published inWedgwood’s book contrasted the coarse manners of early.

The Myth of Class, Geopolitics and the Making of Modern International Relations. By Benno Teschke (London, New York: Verso, x plus pp. Benno Teschke has written a groundbreaking book, a veritable tour de force, which will change the way scholars think about international relations.

The myth of class, geopolitics, and the making of modern international relations - Benno Teschke This work presents a myth-busting account of how class conflict and economic development, and not only interstate rivalry, led to the emergence of the modern state system.

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The Myth of Class, Geopolitics and the Making of Modern International Relations (review) Article in Journal of Social History 38(1) January with 74 Reads How we measure 'reads'. ‘mainstream’ scholars. Be it asor and so-called ‘Great Debates’, IR has embraced such myths when it tries to explain its own histori-cal development.

The book by Brian Schmidt, The Discourse of Anarchy (Schmidt ) was ground-breaking both for illuminating the ‘reality’ of the. Thomas Peak is a postdoctoral Research Associate and Acting Chief Administrator at the Centre on Geopolitics, University of Cambridge. His forthcoming book, Westphalia from below: Humanitarian Intervention and the Myth ofis in press with Hurst & Co.

and Oxford University Press. the myth ofI am grateful to Hendrik Spruyt, John Agnew and Roland Axtmann for their engagement with my work and for the chance to clarify, accentuate and expand on some of my theses.

Since some readers will be unfamiliar with my original arguments, I will start with a pre´cis of my book. The Myth of Class, Geopolitics, and the Making of Modern International Relations: Teschke, Benno: Books - (2).

The myth of class, geopolitics and the making of modern international relations Abstract. This book rejects a commonplace of European history: that the treaties of Westphalia not only closed the Thirty Years’ War but also inaugurated a new international order driven by the interaction of territorial sovereign states.

Benno Teschke. I suggest that the historical phenomena I analyze in this article—the Thirty Years' War and the peace treaties as well as the post– Holy Roman Empire and the European system in which it was embedded—may help us to gain a better understanding of contemporary international politics.

This book rejects a commonplace of European history: that the treaties of Westphalia not only closed the Thirty Years’ War but also inaugurated a new international order driven by the interaction of territorial sovereign states.

Benno Teschke, through this thorough and incisive critique, argues that this is not the case. Domestic ‘social property relations’ shaped international relations. Myth of Novem Peter Leithart Patheos Explore the world's faith through different perspectives on religion and spirituality.

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