Public Intellectual seeks to reveal how Richard Falk became prominent in America and internationally as a public intellectual and citizen pilgrim. It's written in plain, if not brusque English, devoid of the usual international relations jargon, while filled with trenchant observations and acerbic wit.
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In the age of neoliberal globalisation, regional integration is conceptualised predominantly in economic terms. Power Relations and Comparative Regionalism argues in favour of a more comparative approach, analysing regional integration through the lens of power relations and hegemony.