Regimes, Non-State Actors and the State System: A 'Structurational' Regime Model

@inproceedings{Arts2000RegimesNA,
  title={Regimes, Non-State Actors and the State System: A 'Structurational' Regime Model},
  author={Bas Arts},
  year={2000}
}
Regime analysis has become a popular approach in International Relations theory and in international policy studies. However, current regime models exhibit some shortcomings with regard to (1) addressing non-state actors, and in particular nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), (2) the balancing of actor and structure in analyses and (3) the conceptualization of social and political change in the international system. To overcome these shortcomings, this article constructs a regime model on the… CONTINUE READING

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