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Classical Liberal Theory

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Liberal internationalism is a composite and dynamic phenomenon: it is made up of a number of different political, economic, and ideational principles and practices which, moreover, change over time and take on different forms in different social and political contexts. The form and meaning of liberal internationalism is thus constantly in flux and it is this multifaceted nature and historical fluidity that presents a challenge to conventional forms of definition that aim to fix meaning in time and space.

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