The Janus Face of the Liberal International Information Order: When Global Institutions Are Self-Undermining

@article{Farrell2021TheJF,
  title={The Janus Face of the Liberal International Information Order: When Global Institutions Are Self-Undermining},
  author={Henry Farrell and Abraham L. Newman},
  journal={International Organization},
  year={2021},
  volume={75},
  pages={333 - 358}
}
Abstract Scholars and policymakers long believed that norms of global information openness and private-sector governance helped to sustain and promote liberalism. These norms are being increasingly contested within liberal democracies. In this article, we argue that a key source of debate over the Liberal International Information Order (LIIO), a sub-order of the Liberal International Order (LIO), is generated internally by “self-undermining feedback effects,” that is, mechanisms through which… 
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