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Notes

  • 1 Note that according to Onuf’s own account he came to Constructivism through gender theory.
  • 2 The list is long. To mention just two different examples, see Alker (1996 [1986]) and Milner (1991).
  • 3 See: Gilpin (1987; 2001) for an attempt to understand world order on the basis of the interaction between states and markets; Susan Strange’s (1988) redefinition of power and her four structures of power; and Robert Cox’s (1987) neo-Gramscian view on world order.
  • 4 This is our way of reading one of the divides made visible in the debate prompted by Jerry Cohen (2007).
  • 5 See e.g., Ashley (1987; 1989); Neumann and Sending (2010) and Guzzini (2012).
  • 6 In fact, this point can be strengthened by showing the crucial place of the liberal “art of separation” in realist theorizing. See the discussion in Guzzini (2013, 249-252).
  • 7 It strikes us that the only thinker who is a consistent positive reference point is Friedrich Kratochwil.

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