The Globality of Governmentality: Governing an Entangled World

IntroductionThe State of Affairs: The Governmentality Debate in IRGovernmentality and IR – The Field of International Governmentality StudiesFrom International Governmentality Studies to the Globality of GovernmentalityGovernmentality and Globality: How Can We Make Use of Governmentality in the Study of World Politics?The Need for Global Governmentality ReduxOutline of the VolumeAcknowledgmentsNotesReferencesI Governing ThoughtGlobal Governmentality and Foucault’s Toolbox: Reflections On International Politics As a Social System and Field of Power RelationsIntroductionInternational Politics As a Social System and Field of Power RelationsLoad: Global Governmentality and Foucault’s ToolboxRe-Load: Taking Global Governmentality to the Theories-Of-Modern-Society Theories-Of-Modern-Society-Diy-StoreConclusionNotesReferencesVariations of Governmentality Across the Globe: The Case of ResilienceIntroductionLiberal Governmentality in Wider ContextThe Dominant Form of Global GovernmentalityVarieties of Resilience and Global GovernmentalityConclusionNotesReferencesInter-Governmentality: A Framework For AnalysisIntroductionGovernmentality Between, Above and BeyondConcepts of the PastThe Possibilities of Inter-GovernmentalityAnalyzing Regimes of Inter-GovernmentalityConclusionNotesReferencesSovereignty and Sovereign Powers in Global GovernmentalityIntroductionThe Attractiveness and Dangers of an Empty ConceptThe Co-Constitutive Inside/outsidePopulation(s) and Civil Society in the International RealmGlobality and Anthropocene and the Old GhostConclusionsReferencesExploring Agency and Resistance in the Context of Global EntanglementsIntroductionQuantum, Complexity, Resilience: Governmentality in the Context of Nonlinear CausationExploring Governmental Practices in the Context of Uncertainty: Manipulating the Circulation of Ideas Or Promoting Institutionalization?Micropolitics, Circulation, Intra-Agential Ethos: Exploring Possibilities For Counter Conduct and ResistanceConclusionsNotesReferencesII Governing PracticeGovernmentality, Authoritarianism, or Capitalist Realism?: Explaining Austerity With Foucauldian Political EconomyIntroductionAusterity As Neoliberal Governmentality?Austerity As Authoritarian Neoliberalism?Austerity As Confessional Capitalism?ConclusionNotesReferencesGender, Global Governance, and the Limits of Expertise On Women: A Feminist Critique of Postconflict Statebuilding1IntroductionGoverning Gender On a Global Scale: The Rise of Feminist KnowledgeFrom Women’s Knowledge to Gender ExpertiseGender and Statebuilding: “Building States That Work For Women”?A Feminist Critique of Postconflict StatebuildingConclusion: On Agency, Voice, and ResistanceReferencesCrisis, Post-Neoliberal Global Governmentality and Brics’ Deconstructive Signature of PowerIntroductionCrisis and the Signature of PowerRiding the Crisis of Neoliberalism: Towards (State) Governmentality and a (Nonstate) Sovereign-Multipolar NomosCrisis, Governmentality, and Multipolarity in Brics DiscourseBRICS Governmentality and Multipolarity “Deconstructed”Conclusion: Crisis, “Statist” Governmentality, and “Glorified” MultipolarityNotesReferencesGovernmentality of the Arctic as an International RegionIntroductionThe Current Situation in the ArcticGovernmentality and RegionalismFacets of Arctic GovernmentalityShaping a Region and Making a Regional Space GovernableKnowledge Production, Normalization, and SecurityUnleashing Economic Potential and CirculationBiopoliticsConcluding ThoughtsNotesReferencesConclusion: How We Should, and How We Should Not, Widen the Scope of Governmentality Studies1IntroductionGovernmentality Versus FoundationalismScaling-upCompatible ApproachesConclusionNotesReferences
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