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Revolutions in Sovereignty:
How Ideas Shaped Modern International Relations
Daniel Philpott

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

TABLES AND FIGURES ix
PREFACE xi
PART ONE: REVOLUTIONS IN SOVEREIGNTY 1
ONE Introduction: Revolutions in Sovereignty 3
TWO The Constitution of International Society 11
THREE A Brief History of Constitutions of International
Society in the West 28
FOUR How Revolutions in Ideas Bring Revolutions in Sovereignty 46
PART TWO: THE FOUNDING OF THE SOVEREIGN STATES SYSTEM AT WESTPHALIA 73
FIVE Westphalia as Origin 75
SIX The Origin of Westphalia 97
SEVEN The Power of Protestant Propositions 123
PART THREE: THE REVOLUTION OF COLONIAL INDEPENDENCE: THE GLOBAL EXPANSION OF WESTPHALIA 151
EIGHT Ideas and the End of Empire 153
NINE The End of the British Empire: Cashing Out the Promise of Self-Government 168
TEN Revolutionary Ideas in the British Colonies 190
ELEVEN Britain’s Burden of Empire 203
TWELVE The Fall of Greater France 220
PART FOUR: THE REVOLUTIONS CONSIDERED TOGETHER 251
THIRTEEN Conclusion: Two Revolutions, One Movement 253
NOTES 263
BIBLIOGRAPHY 309
INDEX 331

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