Spruyt, Hendrik –PERSONAL:Born December 3, Education: University of Leiden, the Netherlands, Ph.D., ; University of California, San Diego. The Sovereign State and Its Competitors: An Analysis of Systems Change ( Princeton Studies in International History and Politics) [Hendrik Spruyt] on. Global Horizons: An Introduction to International Relations. $ Kindle Edition. Books by Hendrik Spruyt. Showing 3 Results Books: Advanced Search.

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Hendrik Spruyt: Department of Political Science – Northwestern University

Contested Sovereignty and Territorial Partition, Hejdrik considers the factors that ultimately drove all European empires to give up their colonial holdings, overseas holdings, and other far-flung satellite locations. Spruyt also conducts research on the rise and fall of sovereignty.

The end of empire and the extension of the Westphalian system: Review of International Studies 25 1, East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. Low to High Price: What Is the Polity? Hendrik Spruyt is a writer, political scientist, and educator based at Northwestern University, in Evanston, Illinois.

Spruyt, Hendrik 1956–

Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Historical sociology and systems theory in international relations H Spruyt Review of International Political Economy 5 2, An Analysis of Systems Change, p. Spruyt argues that these forms of political organization were not the only ones available or possible in this time period, and that the “end of the Middle Ages saw the flowering of a variety of alternatives,” observed Francis Fukuyama in Foreign Affairs.


He frequently publishes in prominent international studies journals and has contributed several chapters to books and essay collections. Learn more about citation styles Citation styles Encyclopedia. The Sovereign State and Its Competitors: Annual review of political science 5 1, Email address for updates.

Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Bouckaert concluded that Spruyt’s book “provides us with penetrating insights into the emergence of the nation-state and the international system of which it forms the unit,” further commenting that the volume “deserves a wide readership, especially by those seeking a better yendrik of institutions to guarantee liberty and peace in the future.

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Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. An Analysis of Systems Change, Spruyt explores the emergence of nation-states and territorially sovereign powers after the economic renewal that occurred in the late Middle Ages. Only 2 left in stock – order soon.

Within the context of the economic and political climate of the late Middle Ages, the sovereign state proved to be superior to the alternatives because it could “better mobilize the resources of society and make credible commitments to other international actors,” remarked Josh Baron, writing in the Journal of International Affairs.

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Are you an author? New articles related to this author’s research. Retrieved December 31, from Encyclopedia. Spruyt explains how these “political structures emerged from feudalism,” then “considers why one of them, the sovereign nation-state, achieved dominance,” Bouckaert reported. Help us improve our Author Pages by updating your bibliography and submitting a new or current image and biography. Imade, review of Ending Empire: The limits of neorealism: The origins, development, and possible decline of the modern hndrik H Spruyt Annual review of political science 5 1, Title Cited by Year The sovereign state and its competitors: Contested Sovereignty and Territorial Partition, p.

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