Articles by Ayşe Zarakol

June 7, 2022

World orders in (Eur)asia before the West

Ayşe Zarakol
Ayşe Zarakol argues that Europeans were not the first ones to create (international) orders with universal aspirations. Parts of Eurasia were disconnected from each other before the arrival of European colonialism. (Eur)asia had long been a connected space, with its own experiments in sovereignty and order construction
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Ayşe Zarakol
Professor of International Relations, University of Cambridge

Ayşe works on East-West relations in the international system, problems of modernity and sovereignty, rising and declining powers, and IR theory.

After Defeat How the East Learned to Live with the West

After Defeat: How the East Learned to Live with the West
Cambridge University Press, 2011

Before the West The Rise and Fall of Eastern World Orders

Before the West: the Rise and Fall of Eastern World Orders
Cambridge University Press, 2022

Hierarchies in World Politics

Hierarchies in World Politics
Cambridge University Press, 2017

She tweets @aysezarakol

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