Moral Limit and Possibility in World Politics
Her research focuses on the evolving norms and institutions of the international system, both current and historical. She is currently working on a second book, tentatively titled Hypocrisy and Legitimacy in International Institutions: Hegemony, Contestation, Corrosion. Professor Bukovansky teaches courses on international politics, international relations theory, international organizations, and European politics.
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His research interests focus on the role of norms in world politics, particularly norms limiting warfare; constructivist international relations theory; normative international relations theory; and the politics of international law. His teaching interests include courses on world politics, the politics of international law, ethics in world politics, and international relations theory.
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