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標題: 後西方時代的新興國際關係議程,如何改寫西方與非西方關係?
Reinscribing West and non-West Relations: Emerging IR Research Agendas in the post-Western Era
作者: 林婉萍 
Wan-Ping Lin 
關鍵字: 西方與非西方關係;非西方國際關係理論;比較國際思想;後西方國際關係;West and non-West Relations;non-Western IR theory;comparative international thought;post-Western IR
Project: 全球政治評論, Issue 70, Page(s) 87-104 

This article probes into the evolution of West and non-West relations within IR scholarship along with the examination of emerging IR research agendas in the post-Western era. It argues that the non-West has gradually become the established knowledge co-productor with its deeper and broader engagement in the global IR communities instead of being the laboratories for testing given IR theories as well as the receivers of Western IR scholarship. The critical and comparative niches of the non-West have enriched and expanded the contents of emerging IR research making the research of comparative IR thought a feasible and productive orientation. By reinscribing the co-constitution of the West and the non-West, it is not only possible to overcome the epistemic binary, but also to reimagine IR by changing referent in a relational perspective.
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