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The power of human rights : international norms and domestic change
List of contributors Preface 1. The socialization of international human rights norms into domestic practices: introduction Thomas Risse and Kathryn Sikkink 2. Transnational activism and politicalExpand
Bringing Transnational Relations Back in: Non-State Actors, Domestic Structures and International Institutions
Part I. Setting the Agenda: 1. Bringing transnational relations back in: introduction Thomas Risse-Kappen Part II. Case Studies: 2. Transnational relations and the development of European economicExpand
Governance without a state? : policies and politics in areas of limited statehood
Preface1. Governance in Areas of Limited Statehood: Introduction and Overview, by Thomas RissePart I. Insights from Law and History 2. Governance and Colonial Rule, by Sebastian Conrad and MarionExpand
Exploring the Nature of the Beast: International Relations Theory and Comparative Policy Analysis Meet the European Union
Recent work on the European Union (EU) indicates an emerging consensus that the boundaries between the 'domestic' and the 'international' spheres, as well as between the 'state' and 'society', haveExpand
Ideas do not float freely: transnational coalitions, domestic structures, and the end of the cold war
Realist or liberal explanations for the end of the cold war cannot account for the specific content of the change in Soviet foreign policy or for Western responses to it. These theories need to beExpand
Bringing transnational relations back in: Bringing transnational relations back in: introduction
Introduction Transnational relations, i.e., regular interactions across national boundaries when at least one actor is a non-state agent or does not operate on behalf of a national government or anExpand
Public Opinion, Domestic Structure, and Foreign Policy in Liberal Democracies
The paper discusses the role of public opinion in the foreign policy-making process of liberal democracies. Contrary to prevailing assumptions, public opinion matters. However, the impact of publicExpand