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Sovereignty: Organized Hypocrisy
Acknowledgments ix CHAPTER ONE Sovereignty and Its Discontents 3 CHAPTER TWO Theories of Institutions and International Politics 43 CHAPTER THREE Rulers and Ruled: Minority Rights 73 CHAPTER FOURExpand
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Structural causes and regime consequences: regimes as intervening variables
International regimes are defined as principles, norms, rules, and decisionmaking procedures around which actor expectations converge in a given issue-area. As a starting point, regimes have beenExpand
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Sovereignty
Contemporary social science analysis is dominated by utilitarian or functional approaches in which institutional structures are assumed to adapt in an optimal fashion to changing environmentalExpand
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Sharing Sovereignty: New Institutions for Collapsed and Failing States
eignty assumes a world of autonomous, internationally recognized, and wellgoverned states. Although frequently violated in practice, the fundamental rules of conventional sovereignty—recognition ofExpand
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Global Communications and National Power: Life on the Pareto Frontier
Regime analysis has focused on issues of market failure, the resolution of which depends upon knowledge and institution building. Global communications regimes, however, have been concerned eitherExpand
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State Power and the Structure of International Trade
The structure of international trade, identified by the degree of openness for the movement of goods, can best be explained by a state-power theory of international political economy. This theoryExpand
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Structural Conflict: The Third World Against Global Liberalism Berkeley: University of California Pr
An upholstered item of furniture in which tufting buttons have both a decorative tufting effect and serve to attach a padding to a frame. The tufting buttons have internally threaded shank portions,Expand
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Sovereignty: An Institutional Perspective
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