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Functionalism is a theory of international relations that arose during the inter-War period principally from the strong concern about the obsolescence of the State as a form of social organization. Rather than the self-interest of nation-states that realists see as a motivating factor, functionalists focus on common interests and needs shared by states but also by non-state actors in a process of global integration triggered by the erosion of state sovereignty and the increasing weight of knowledge and hence of scientists and experts in the process of policy-making Rosamond, Functionalism is a pioneer in globalisation theory and strategy. States had built authority structures upon a principle of territorialism.

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New Perspectives on International Functionalism pp Cite as. Functionalism has been a feature of international relations theory for over fifty years. In that time, it has been modified, augmented, supplemented, critiqued and ignored.

The approach has inspired both sharp criticism and emulation. In its initial form it was primarily concerned with the creation of a more peaceful and stable world order. It has come over time to be identified with the establishment and study of international organizations such as the European Union and the Specialized Agencies of the United Nations.

Since the Second World War, functionalists and neofunctionalists have emphasized the role of technical and intergovernmental organizations in the creation of a cooperative international polity. Yet this focus does not exhaust the scope of issues that can be comprehended by the functional approach. The work of David Mitrany, commonly cited as the originator of the functional approach, spans the causes of war, the anatomy of nationalism and the distinction between peasant and industrial economies.

Similarly, the functional approach to international relations spans conflict analysis and resolution, world order studies, and liberal and social democratic approaches to the global political economy.

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Google Scholar. CrossRef Google Scholar. Robert O. Keohane and Joseph S. Nye eds , Transnational Relations and World Politics Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, , identify transgovernmental relations as relations between government departments that are responsible for what is usually considered domestic policy issues, such as agriculture or justice. Inis L. Knopf, , p. Keohane ed. John W. Ashworth There are no affiliations available. Personalised recommendations. Cite chapter How to cite?

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New Perspectives on International Functionalism pp Cite as. Functionalism has been a feature of international relations theory for over fifty years. In that time, it has been modified, augmented, supplemented, critiqued and ignored. The approach has inspired both sharp criticism and emulation. In its initial form it was primarily concerned with the creation of a more peaceful and stable world order. It has come over time to be identified with the establishment and study of international organizations such as the European Union and the Specialized Agencies of the United Nations.

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