Lecture 2_Meanings of World Order

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Lecture 2 Meanings of world order: from the  13 th  century world system to  cosmopolitanism
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Lecture outline  World system – world order: definitions  and distinctions  The 13 th  century world system: what did  the world before European hegemony look  like? The makings of today’s  international order:  what are the prospects of  world order  The cosmopolitan vision of world order: is  the contemporary international framework  inadequate for dealing with global issues?
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World system – world order  World system: a certain degree of  interaction, interdependence, and  exchange. 13 th  century world system: interacting and  interdependent trade circuits  Hedley Bull’s  system of states (international  system)  World order: shared norms and values,  shared institutional structures – applied to  humanity as a whole.
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