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Hartmut Behr is professor of international politics at Newcastle University (UK). His research focuses primarily on theories of international politics and questions of peace and peace formation, epistemology and sociology of knowledge of International Relations, political thought and identity in/of the European Union, and critical geopolitics. He is the author of Immigration Discourses and the Construction of “Otherness” in the US, Germany, and France (1998), Deterritorial Politics (2004), and A History of International Political Theory: Ontologies of the International (2010). This paper is on a new monograph (with the title Politics of Difference: A Phenomenological Approach to Peace) which will appear next year with Routledge (book series “Global Horizons”).