Middle power leadership and coalition building: Australia, the Cairns Group, and the Uruguay Round of trade negotiations

@article{Higgott1990MiddlePL,
  title={Middle power leadership and coalition building: Australia, the Cairns Group, and the Uruguay Round of trade negotiations},
  author={Richard A. Higgott and Andrew F. Cooper},
  journal={International Organization},
  year={1990},
  volume={44},
  pages={589 - 632}
}
  • R. Higgott, A. Cooper
  • Published 1 September 1990
  • Economics, Political Science
  • International Organization
Perhaps the key question of debate among neorealist scholars of international political economy concerns the manner in which cooperation may or may not be secured in the global economic order "after hegemony," a question posed by Robert Keohane. A second broad question of interest to scholars of international politics concerns the manner in which weaker states attempt to influence stronger ones. A conflation of these two questions could cause scholars and practitioners alike to pay closer… 
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