By Branwen Gruffydd Jones
The fashionable self-discipline of diplomacy (IR) is basically an Anglo-American social technology. it's been involved regularly with the strong states and actors within the worldwide political economic system and ruled by way of North American and eu students. besides the fact that, this concentration may be noticeable as Eurocentrism. Decolonizing diplomacy exposes the ways that IR has regularly neglected questions of colonialism, imperialism, race, slavery, and dispossession within the non-European international. serious students in IR and foreign legislations, all for the necessity to decolonize wisdom, have authored the chapters of this significant quantity. it is going to attract scholars and students of diplomacy, overseas legislations, and political financial system, in addition to people with a different curiosity within the politics of information, postcolonial critique, foreign and neighborhood historiography, and comparative politics.
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