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The Making of the Modern World

Ringmar, Erik LU (2016) In International Relations: A Beginner's Guide p.8-19
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This is a chapter I wrote for a book, International Relations: A Beginner's Guide, edited by Stephen McGlinchey and forthcoming with E-International Relations Publishing in January 2017. It is my attempt to describe the origin of the state, and the European interstate system, as they came to develop from the Middle Ages onwards, and also to say something about how the European system spread to the rest of the world. It is very much an entry-level chapter, intended for first-year undergraduates. Yes, it is an example of the future of academic publishing — open source, open access, no profit, etc. This is the final, published, version. Please cite as:
Ringmar, Erik. “The Making of the Modern World,” International Relations: A Beginner's... (More)
This is a chapter I wrote for a book, International Relations: A Beginner's Guide, edited by Stephen McGlinchey and forthcoming with E-International Relations Publishing in January 2017. It is my attempt to describe the origin of the state, and the European interstate system, as they came to develop from the Middle Ages onwards, and also to say something about how the European system spread to the rest of the world. It is very much an entry-level chapter, intended for first-year undergraduates. Yes, it is an example of the future of academic publishing — open source, open access, no profit, etc. This is the final, published, version. Please cite as:
Ringmar, Erik. “The Making of the Modern World,” International Relations: A Beginner's Guide, edited by Stephen McGlinchey, E-International Relations Publishing, 2017. (Less)
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independence., imperialism, colonialization, Westphalian system, state formation, state-making, global history, history of international relations, world history
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International Relations: A Beginner's Guide
editor
McGlinchey, Stephen
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11 pages
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E-International Relations Publishing
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English
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yes
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757cfd4c-217f-442f-997a-5a52a18bdbdf (old id 8232364)
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2015-11-27 12:04:09
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2016-11-14 16:28:02
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  author       = {Ringmar, Erik},
  editor       = {McGlinchey, Stephen},
  keyword      = {independence.,imperialism,colonialization,Westphalian system,state formation,state-making,global history,history of international relations,world history},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {8--19},
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  series       = {International Relations: A Beginner's Guide},
  title        = {The Making of the Modern World},
  year         = {2016},
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