Commentary on a Communitarian Approach to International Relations

Commentary on a Communitarian Approach to International Relations SYMPOSIUM Commentary on a Communitarian Approach to International Relations Amitai Etzioni and Derek Mitchell I strongly agree with Nikolas Gvosdev’s observation that we e.g. rendition and secret prisons, but efforts are made to rein have reached the age in which a communitarian treatment of the them in. For more discussion see From Empire to Community ). international system is particularly called for. We have become The transnational collaborations in curbing terrorism and above so tired of the cliché that there is a global village, and its exag- all the proliferation of nuclear arms, have drawn wide participa- gerated formulations, that we tend to overlook that we are in fact tion, and have the support of the UN (See UN Security Council moving slowly, haltingly, two steps forward one back, toward Resolutions 1373 [2001] and 1540 [2004]). Indeed, the GSA is it—that is a global community that has an increasingly important expanding its missions to encompass not only security measures set of shared values, norms, and institutions. but also other sources of direct massive threats to life, such as At the same time, it is much too melodramatic to suggest that bird flu. we are moving from a world composed http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Good Society Penn State University Press

Commentary on a Communitarian Approach to International Relations

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SYMPOSIUM Commentary on a Communitarian Approach to International Relations Amitai Etzioni and Derek Mitchell I strongly agree with Nikolas Gvosdev’s observation that we e.g. rendition and secret prisons, but efforts are made to rein have reached the age in which a communitarian treatment of the them in. For more discussion see From Empire to Community ). international system is particularly called for. We have become The transnational collaborations in curbing terrorism and above so tired of the cliché that there is a global village, and its exag- all the proliferation of nuclear arms, have drawn wide participa- gerated formulations, that we tend to overlook that we are in fact tion, and have the support of the UN (See UN Security Council moving slowly, haltingly, two steps forward one back, toward Resolutions 1373 [2001] and 1540 [2004]). Indeed, the GSA is it—that is a global community that has an increasingly important expanding its missions to encompass not only security measures set of shared values, norms, and institutions. but also other sources of direct massive threats to life, such as At the same time, it is much too melodramatic to suggest that bird flu. we are moving from a world composed

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Published: Jun 12, 2006

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