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American hegemony in the 21st century : a neo neo-Gramscian perspective

Author: Jonathan Pass
Publisher: New York, NY : Routledge, 2019.
Series: Routledge advances in international relations and global politics, 142.
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For many years now debates over America hegemony and its supposed decline have circulated academic circles. The neo-Gramscians have greatly enriched our knowledge in this field, developing some key theoretical tools and concepts, yet ontological inconsistencies, notably the downgrading of structure, has meant their explanation of the dynamics of the contemporary world order remains somewhat incomplete. In this book,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jonathan Pass
ISBN: 9780429459061 0429459068 9780429859588 0429859589 9780429859595 0429859597 9780429859571 0429859570
OCLC Number: 1084251966
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Contents: Cover; Half Title; Series Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Abbreviations; Introduction; 1 A Neo Neo-Gramscian Reading of Hegemony; Antonio Gramsci's Conceptualisation of Hegemony; The Neo-Gramscian Perspective: A Brief Overview; Towards a Neo Neo-Gramscian Perspective; 2 Construction and Projection of US Hegemony; Creating a New World Order: From 'One World' to 'Free World'; Reconstituting the National Historical Bloc; Embedding American Hegemony in the European Core; 3 Crisis, Reconstruction & Reassertion of US Hegemony; Pax Americana under Threat Financialization, Neoliberalism & the Restoration of Class PowerReassertion of American Hegemony; 4 Change & Continuity under Bush and Obama ... and Beyond; Bush's 'New Imperialism'; Bush's 'Old Imperialism'; "Yes We Can? ... "; Crisis in the 'Heartland'; 5 The China 'Challenge'; The Geopolitics of Chinese Economic Statecraft; Sino-American Relations; Dynamics of China's Passive Revolution; Conclusion; Index
Series Title: Routledge advances in international relations and global politics, 142.
Responsibility: Jonathan Pass.

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For many years now debates over America hegemony and its supposed decline have circulated academic circles. The neo-Gramscians have greatly enriched our knowledge in this field, developing some key theoretical tools and concepts, yet ontological inconsistencies, notably the downgrading of structure, has meant their explanation of the dynamics of the contemporary world order remains somewhat incomplete. In this book, Jonathan Pass aims to counter such oversights, drawing directly on the ideas of Antonio Gramsci (amongst others) to elaborate a more sophisticated, overtly materialist, theory of world hegemony, rooted in a critical realist philosophy of science. Through the lens of this Neo neo-Gramscian (NNG) approach the book examines the complex interplay of internal and external social forces responsible for the evolving 'nature' of US hegemony, from its establishment in the 1940s, passing through its different stages of crisis and restructuring up to the present. China's spectacular rise undoubtedly constitutes a 'world event', but is it potentially a 'world hegemon'? The book seeks to sheds some light on this question, analysing the economic and geopolitical significance of China's emergence and how it affects, and is affected by, both American hegemony and its own extremely delicate 'passive revolution' at home. American Hegemony in the 21st Century presents a major contribution to International Relations, International, Political Economy, Politics and Philosophy and will be of interest to researchers looking for a more sophisticated and convincing analysis of the dynamics of the contemporary world order.

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