Postmodernism may appear as something of a black hole which threatens to expunge the very possibility of political analysis and into which all political science and international relations seems inexorably drawn, never to escape. For many, this is reason enough to avoid getting too close. It is, then, important to establish that, whatever physicists may say of black holes, in this case there is light on the other side. In the previous chapters we have travelled a long and, on occasions difficult, path and it is also important that having almost reached our destination we take stock of the journey undertaken. In this brief conclusion, then, my aim is to turn from the challenge of postmodernism to a rather more constructive or reconstructive agenda.
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