Power, Postcolonialism, and International Relations: Reading Race, Gender, and Class

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accountability 118 , 125-9
Acheson, Dean 81
Ackroyd, Annette 31-2
activists 247-50 , 259 ;
see also agency;
resistance
Acton, Lord 176
Adamson, A.H. 178
adivasis246 , 252
advertising 120-1
AFPFL see Anti-Fascist People's Freedom League
Africa:
colonial education in 45 , 47 , 48 ;
disillusionment with French ethics 49 ;
empathy with France during World War
II 46-7 ;
French attempts to impose cultural norms on 34-5 , 39-45 ;
norms of civility broken by French 43 ;
sense of betrayal after World War II 40-1 ;
see also Rassemblement Democratique Africain
African immigrants:
in USA 64
Agathangelou, Anna M. 21 , 24 , 28 , 29
agency 24-8 ;
and child labor 247-50 ;
and exploitation of female workers 165-8 ;
see also activists;
representation;
resistance
agent-structure relations 116
Agnew, J.A. 238
Agnivesh, Swami 247 , 248
Ahmad, Aijaz 21-2
Ahmed, Leila 200
AICMA see All India Carpet Manufacturers' Association
AIDS 163
AIM see American Indian Movement
Albania 156
Albers, Patricia 99
Alexander, J. 169
Algeria 40-1
All India Carpet Manufacturers' Association 244-5 , 248
Althusser, Louis 68
Altink, S. 159 , 160 , 161
Amazonia 91 , 92 , 93
American Academy of Arts and Sciences 187
American Indian Movement 108
Americanization:
early 71-6 ;
recent 76-9
Amnesty International 258 , 272
Amoco 271
Anand, Dibyesh 28 , 30
anarchy 4 , 5 , 18 , 84
Anderson, Benedict 264
anthropology 19 , 27 , 67 , 85-6 , 109 ;
problem of original sources 96-7 , 102
anti-Americanism 131
Anti-Fascist People's Freedom League 263
anticolonial criticism see Rassemblement Democratique Africain
Anwar Ibrahim 132
apparentement47
Arawak people 171 , 175
Arboussier, Gabriel d' 35 , 46
Arikara people 94 , 97
Aris, Michael 254 , 276 , 277
articulation 66-7
Asad, Talal 195 , 230 , 252
ASEAN see Association of Southeast Asian Nations
Asia, East:
economic collapse 124 ;
gender in 117 ;
hybrid system of Confucian governance and liberal capitalism 121-3 ;
consequences of US aid 122-3 ;
“neoautocracies” and democratization 120 ;
1980s prosperity and over-confidence 124 ;
unemployment 128-9 ;
see also Asian financial crisis;
and specific countries
Asia Recovery Report140
Asia, South:
criticism 36 ;
religious nationalisms 192 , 197-8 , 202 ;
see also Bharatiya Janata Party;
child labor Asia, Southeast:
see Asian financial crisis;
Burma;
East Asia

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - Postcolonial Criticism 33
  • 3 - Situating Race in International Relations 56
  • 4 - Beyond Hegemonic State(Ment)S of Nature 82
  • 5 - Cultural Chauvinism and the Liberal International Order 115
  • 6 - “sexing” Globalization in International Relations: 142
  • 7 - In One Innings 170
  • 8 - The “new Cold War” 184
  • 9 - A Story to Be Told 209
  • 10 - Postcolonial Interrogations of Child Labor 225
  • 11 - Human Rights and Postcoloniality 254
  • Bibliography 285
  • Index 312
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