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Towards global relational theorizing: a dialogue between Sinophone and Anglophone scholarship on relationalism

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Towards global relational theorizing : a dialogue between Sinophone and Anglophone scholarship on relationalism . / Nordin, Astrid; Smith, Graham M.; Bunskoek, Raoul; Huang, Chiung-chiu; Hwang, Yie-jye; Jackson, Patrick Thaddeus; Kavalski, Emilian; Ling, L. H. M. ; Martindale, Leigh; Nakamura, Mari; Nexon, Daniel; Premack, Laura; Qin, Yaqing; Shih, Chih-yu; Tyfield, David; Williams, Emma; Zalewski, Marysia.

In: Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 11.09.2019.

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Nordin, A, Smith, GM, Bunskoek, R, Huang, C, Hwang, Y, Jackson, PT, Kavalski, E, Ling, LHM, Martindale, L, Nakamura, M, Nexon, D, Premack, L, Qin, Y, Shih, C, Tyfield, D, Williams, E & Zalewski, M 2019, 'Towards global relational theorizing: a dialogue between Sinophone and Anglophone scholarship on relationalism ', Cambridge Review of International Affairs. https://doi.org/10.1080/09557571.2019.1643978

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Nordin, A., Smith, G. M., Bunskoek, R., Huang, C., Hwang, Y., Jackson, P. T., Kavalski, E., Ling, L. H. M., Martindale, L., Nakamura, M., Nexon, D., Premack, L., Qin, Y., Shih, C., Tyfield, D., Williams, E., & Zalewski, M. (2019). Towards global relational theorizing: a dialogue between Sinophone and Anglophone scholarship on relationalism . Cambridge Review of International Affairs. https://doi.org/10.1080/09557571.2019.1643978

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Nordin A, Smith GM, Bunskoek R, Huang C, Hwang Y, Jackson PT et al. Towards global relational theorizing: a dialogue between Sinophone and Anglophone scholarship on relationalism . Cambridge Review of International Affairs. 2019 Sep 11. https://doi.org/10.1080/09557571.2019.1643978

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Nordin, Astrid ; Smith, Graham M. ; Bunskoek, Raoul ; Huang, Chiung-chiu ; Hwang, Yie-jye ; Jackson, Patrick Thaddeus ; Kavalski, Emilian ; Ling, L. H. M. ; Martindale, Leigh ; Nakamura, Mari ; Nexon, Daniel ; Premack, Laura ; Qin, Yaqing ; Shih, Chih-yu ; Tyfield, David ; Williams, Emma ; Zalewski, Marysia. / Towards global relational theorizing : a dialogue between Sinophone and Anglophone scholarship on relationalism . In: Cambridge Review of International Affairs. 2019.

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abstract = "What is {\textquoteleft}relational theorizing{\textquoteright} in International Relations and what can it offer? This article introduces a thematic section that responds to these questions by showing two things. First, relational theorizing is not a doctrine or a method, but a set of analyses that begin with relations rather than the putative essences of constitutively autonomous actors. Second, relational theorizing has emerged from different geo-linguistic traditions, and a relational approach to International Relations (IR) can offer the language and space for increased and productive engagement beyond Anglophone scholarship. This thematic section takes a significant step in this direction by staging a dialogue between Sinophone and Anglophone scholarship on relational IR theorizing. Such an engagement shows points of comparison and contrast, convergence and divergence. In this way, the essays presented here contribute to developing a more {\textquoteleft}global{\textquoteright} IR.",
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