International Relations and Green Politics

  • Sachin Sharma and Vaidehi Gupta
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  • Sachin Sharma

    Student at Symbiosis Law School Nagpur, India

  • Vaidehi Gupta

    Student at Symbiosis Law School Pune, India

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The article flags the requirement for a developed hypothetical investigation of ecological issues in International Relations studies. It instates "Greening" the Critical Theory of International Relations with basic ideas from different sciences. Consequently, it proposes the extent of the Critical Theory of IR be extended to cover the relations between power and capital, yet the relations of force capital-nature. It shows normal focuses between the Critical Theory of IR and the ideas of world-biology and the CapitalOne by Jason W. Moore and proposes changing some establishing definitions that the Critical Theory of IR depends on. This incorporates re-conceptualizing the scrutinizing of private enterprise as an approach to getting sorted out nature, yet additionally removing oneself from the Cartesian division of Society + Nature, which is a deterrent to appropriately remembering ecological issues for IR research.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 1, Page 150 - 163


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