World Politics and Dialogue of Civilizations Series
This series aims to explore alternative models of the social, political and economic developments at regional and world levels in order to advance theoretical understanding, promote political debate, and provide policy-oriented advice on three broad macro-areas:
The series is linked to the research carried out by the Dialogue of Civilization-DoC Research Institute (Berlin), but it is open to external contribution. Please visit the DoC website at: https://doc-research.org/en/
If you have an idea for a new book in the series, please contact the Series Editor: Raffaele Marchetti ([email protected])
Digital Value Migration in Media, ICT and Cultural Industries From Business and Economic Models/Strategies to Networked Ecosystems
Debating Migration to Europe Welfare vs Identity
By Raffaele Marchetti
April 29, 2022
The relationships between Africa and Europe are of high strategic importance. This volume studies the ongoing dynamics between the two continents by adopting a pluralist understanding of international relations which encompasses non-state actors as well as states. Going beyond pure ...
By Zvezdan Vukanovic, Mike Friedrichsen, Milivoje Pavlovic
February 25, 2019
Societies today are in a period of dynamic change, highly fluid and contested in moving from traditional to liberal and from local to global, as well as varying from highly developed to emerging market economies. Alongside and facilitating this is a rapidly and exponentially changing digital ...
By Adrian Pabst
November 30, 2018
Liberals blame the retreat of the liberal world order on populists at home and authoritarian leaders abroad. Only liberalism, so they claim, can defend the rules-based international system against demagogy, corruption and nationalism. This provocative book contends that the liberal world order is ...
By Raffaele Marchetti
September 25, 2017
This concise, pointed contribution to the ongoing debate in Europe on the controversial phenomena of migration will appeal to the general reader, represent a significant contribution to the scholarly debate, and be an essential teaching and discussion tool. A brief introduction from the editor, ...