By S. Patriarca,L. Riall
By S. Patriarca,L. Riall
By David F. Lindenfeld
Lindenfeld argues that those sciences of kingdom built a method of deliberation on functional matters similar to tax coverage and welfare, that serves as a version for modern administrations.
By Nigel Townson
By Julian Ostendorf
Der Two-Level-Game-Ansatz ist damit relativ unbrauchbar, da bereits die innerstaatlichen Interessen antizipiert wurden. Das hier verfolgte Forschungsdesign soll sich eben nicht um die Verhandlungsstrategie der Regierungen auf internationaler Ebene beziehen, sondern auf den Gesetzgebungsprozess zu einem internationalen Vertrag, damit dieser nach nationalem und internationalem Recht implementiert werden kann.
Da der Ansatz Putnams kein anknüpfbares theoretisches Grundgerüst für die examine bietet, muss auf andere Theorien Bezug genommen werden. Da es sich um die examine nationaler Verfahren handelt, die zumindest in „liberalen Demokratien“ durch Parteienwettbewerb bestimmt sind, beziehe ich die Vetospielertheorie ein.
By Dirk Freudenberg
By Heidi Mehrkens,Frank Lorenz Müller
By Michaela Wittinger
By Markku Ruotsila
Markku Ruotsila's Fighting Fundamentalist, the 1st scholarly biography of McIntire, peels off the collected layers of comic strip and makes a case for restoring McIntire to his position as some of the most consequential non secular leaders within the twentieth-century usa. Ruotsila strains McIntire's existence from his early twentieth-century early life in Oklahoma to his demise in 2002. From his discipleship below J. Gresham Machen in the course of the fundamentalist-modernist controversy, via his fifty-year pastorate in Collingswood, New Jersey, and his presidency of the overseas Council of Christian church buildings, McIntire, Ruotsila exhibits, may be the most crucial fundamentalist of his time. Drawing on exhaustive study in fifty-two archival collections-including the lately opened number of the Carl McIntire papers and never-before-seen FBI files-Ruotsila appears past the McIntire of legend to find a significant theological, political, and monetary combatant, a tireless organizer who pioneered the general public theologies, inter-faith alliances, and political equipment that will supply beginning to the Christian Right.
The ethical values schedule of the Nineteen Seventies and after do not have existed, Ruotsila exhibits, with out the anti-communist and anti-New Deal activism that McIntire inaugurated. certainly, twentieth-century American spiritual and political heritage have been profoundly formed by means of forces McIntire set in movement. Fighting Fundamentalist tells the neglected tale of McIntire and the circulate he inspired.
By Katherine Marshall
This paintings fills an important hole within the present literature by way of supplying a concise advent to spiritual associations and an insightful research in their function in global affairs.
Focusing on formal associations particularly devoted to governing non secular groups, the paintings examines the intersections among spiritual and different worldwide associations, set opposed to the elemental query: why and the way do those intersections matter?
The paintings explores the function of faith inside key concerns including
The new types that spiritual associations are taking, their healthy with human rights and democratic beliefs, their altering nature in plural societies, are a hugely correct a part of the worldwide institutional photo and this booklet is key studying for all scholars and students of worldwide associations, diplomacy and faith.
By Tamara Metz
Marriage is on the middle of 1 of modern fiercest political debates. Activists argue approximately how to find it, judges and legislators come to a decision who should still make the most of it, and students think about how the country should still guard people who find themselves denied it. Few, in spite of the fact that, ask even if the nation must have something to do with marriage within the first position. In Untying the Knot, Tamara Metz addresses this important query, creating a robust argument that marriage, like faith, may be separated from the country. instead of defining or conferring marriage, or hoping on it to accomplish valid public welfare ambitions, the country should still create a slim criminal prestige that helps all intimate caregiving unions. Marriage itself might be bestowed through these most suitable to offer it the mandatory moral authority--religious teams and different kinds of groups. Divorcing the nation from marriage is dictated by means of not anything lower than simple commitments to freedom and equality.
Tracing confusions approximately marriage to tensions on the center of liberalism, Untying the Knot clarifies modern-day debates approximately marriage through making a choice on and explaining assumptions hidden in extensively held positions and customary practices. It indicates that, so long as marriage and the nation are associated, marriage might be a chance to liberalism and the nation might be a hazard to marriage. an immense and well timed rethinking of the connection among marriage and the country, Untying the Knot will curiosity political theorists, felony students, policymakers, sociologists, and an individual else who cares concerning the destiny of marriage or liberalism.