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by Anne-Marie Burley,Judith Goldstein,James A. Caporaso,Lisa M. Martin,Peter F. Cowhey,John Gerard Ruggie

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Author: Anne-Marie Burley,Judith Goldstein,James A. Caporaso,Lisa M. Martin,Peter F. Cowhey,John Gerard Ruggie
ISBN: 0231079818
Language: English
Pages: 479 pages
Category: Social Sciences
Publisher: Columbia University Press (April 15, 1993)
Rating: 4.7
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Part 1 THE CONCEPT: John Gerard Ruggie, Multilateralism: The Anatomy of an Institution

Part 1 THE CONCEPT: John Gerard Ruggie, Multilateralism: The Anatomy of an Institution.

Multilateralism Matters book. John Gerard Ruggie is the Berthold Beitz Professor of International Affairs at the Kennedy School of Government; and an Affiliated Professor in International Legal Studies at Harvard Law School. mor. iles Kahler, Patrick M. Morgan, Geoffrey Garrett, Steve Webe. ess. Succeeds in building on earlier work on cooperation, institutions, and regimes.

See Peter Cowhey's chapter in Ruggie, Multilateralism Matters.

e. Multilateralism Matters: The Theory and Praxis of an Institutional Form (New York: Columbia University Press, forthcoming). See Peter Cowhey's chapter in Ruggie, Multilateralism Matters.

This book makes clear that the basic concept has been in existence for some time.

ing cooperative approaches to international problems-has emerged as a key theme of the foreign policy of the Clinton administration. This book makes clear that the basic concept has been in existence for some time. Ruggie has long been a leading student of international institutions. The authors enter into a variety of theoretical debates that make an important academic contribution but will be of less interest to practitioners. A sequel might pay more attention to ad hoc arrangements for dealing with particular problems or issues.

Multilateralism Matters : The Theory and Praxis of an Institutional Form. New Directions in World Politics.

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Multilateralism Matters: the Theory and Praxis of an Institutional Form. Published by Columbia University Press (1993). Gerald George; Andrea Suarez Hill; Andrew A. Cadot; Anne Leaver; Dianna Ammons Johnson; Donald Crane; Gerard P. NeCastro; Grace Sheridan; Joanne Jacob; Kris Larson; Les Simon; Nancy Juretie; Nancy Tancredi; Patricia Marie Babin; Peter Anderson; Ray N. Beal; Sandra Woodward. Published by Primavera Press, The (2018).

Lisa L. Martin is John L. Loeb Associate Professor of Government . Multilateralism Matters: The Theory and Praxis of an Institutional Form. Loeb Associate Professor of Government, Harvard University, and author of Coercive Cooperation: Explaining Multilateral Economic Sanctions (Princeton University Press, 1992). After stating the theory in abstract terms, we explain the construction of the legal system and test the relationship among our three variables over the life of the European Community.

Confronting some of the major theoretical issues at stake in international relations, this volume attempts to clarify and explain the extensive role that multilateral co-operation can play in helping to stabilize the shape of the current international order.