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Neo-Statecraft and Meta-Geopolitics: Reconciliation of Power, Interests and Justice in the 21st Century
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Neo-Statecraft and Meta-Geopolitics: Reconciliation of Power, Interests and Justice in the 21st Century (Hardback)

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This book proposes an innovative and comprehensive framework for conducting statecraft in the 21st century. Called neo-statecraft, this framework is based on the reconciliation of power, interests and justice. The author proposes four substrates of neo-statecraft: 1) a new structure he calls meta-geopolitics, which includes seven inter-related dimensions of state power and identifies a Geostrategic Tripwire Pivotal Corridor (TPC); 2) a sustainable national security paradigm that stresses the centrality of justice, symbiotic realism and transcultural synergy; 3) a new concept called just power, which states that power must be smart as well as just, and that global justice is above all a national interest of all states; and 4) a new concept called reconciliation statecraft of the eight global interests. Dr. Nayef R.F. Al-Rodhan is Senior Scholar in Geostrategy and Director of the Programme on the Geopolitical Implications of Globalisation and Transnational Security at the Geneva Centre for Security Policy, Geneva, Switzerland. "This book offers a refreshing and ambitious re-examination of the nature of statecraft and geopolitics and contains a number of relevant concepts that can be translated into brand-new research and ambitious policy goals. Building on a number of his previous concepts, the author continues a remarkable endeavour aimed at updating and adapting traditional geopolitical perceptions. Step by step, brick after brick, the author is clearly building a major comprehensive contribution to strategic thinking and diplomacy." Professor Francois Gere, Director of Research at Paris 3 Sorbonne Nouvelle and President of the French Institute for Strategic Analysis (IFAS), Paris, France. "This book provides a carefully crafted description of how the international system is being transformed and defines the challenges facing contemporary statecraft in handling that transformation. Nayef Al-Rodhan has undertaken this enormous task by defining the concept of meta-geopolitics and addressing potential future problems while making full use of the analytical tools that he has developed. It is a unique and intellectually courageous undertaking that will help us gain deeper insights into the many dimensions of current and future security challenges." Ambassador Rolf Ekeus, Chairman of the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), Stockholm, Sweden.

History & PoliticsPolitics & governmentInternational relationsGeopoliticsHistory & PoliticsPolitics & governmentPolitical science & theory Publisher: James Clarke & Co Ltd Publication Date: 30/12/2021 ISBN-13: 9780718895747  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Professor Nayef Al-Rodhan is a Philosopher, Neuroscientist and Geostrategist. , He is Honorary Fellow, St. Antony's College, Oxford University, United Kingdom, Head of the Geneva Centre for Security Policy's Geopolitics and Global Futures Programme, Switzerland, Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Philosophy, School of Advanced Study, University of London, United Kingdom, and Member of the Global Future Council on Frontier Risks at the World Economic Forum. His research focuses on the interplay between: Analytic Neurophilosophy, Geopolitics, Global Futures, Outer space security, Cultural discourse and synergies, Disruptive technologies, International Relations and Policy. He was voted as one of the Top 30 most influential Neuroscientists in the world.

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