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2016
Hard times give rise to greater demand for protection, but also amplify the negative consequences of such defections, given the risk of drawing retaliation from abroad that could worsen economic conditions. International trade rules include provisions ...
Robert Keohane
2016
The institutions of global governance have changed dramatically in recent years. New organizational forms—including informal institutions, transgovernmental networks, and private transnational regulatory organizations (PTROs)—have expanded rapidly, while ...
G. John Ikenberry
2016
G. John Ikenberry March, 2016 Political Science Quarterly 131(1) Diplomacy International Security Foreign Policy American Foreign Policy China Foreign Relations East Asia International Relations of East Asia Download File External Link ...
Robert Keohane
2015
The rejoinder by Prof. Keohane can be accessed via the external link. The attached paper, After Hegemony: Transatlantic Economic Relations in the Next Decade (Download File), which appeared in The International Spectator in January 1984, previewed many of ...
G. John Ikenberry
2015
As these essays show, there is a lively debate over the future of world order. Sergey Chugrow offers a dark portrait of the breakdown of what he calls Western hegemony, driven in part by Russia's grievances and aggression in Ukraine. He points to a ...
G. John Ikenberry
2015
Since the middle of the twentieth century, the governance of the global system has been organized around the United States and the advanced industrial democracies. In the shadow of the Cold War, these countries established a wide array of global and ...
2015
Enforcement measures lie at the center of international cooperation, but range widely in their form and effectiveness. This special issue contributes to the growing attention to dispute settlement design and behavioral studies about the process of using ...
Thomas Christensen
2015
The China Challenge shows why China is nowhere near powerful enough to be considered a global “peer competitor” of the United States, but it is already strong enough to destabilize East Asia and to influence economic and political affairs worldwide. ...
Aaron Friedberg
2015
The United States should pursue a strategy towards China that combines continued attempts at engagement with expanded and intensified balancing. Aaron Friedberg May, 2015 Strategy 57(3) Diplomacy International Security Foreign Policy National Security, ...
2015
The multilateral trade regime has significantly evolved in both depth of policy commitments among WTO members and breadth of membership. As members deepened policy commitments toward each other, total membership simultaneously expanded from 23 countries ...
Robert Keohane
2015
Creating and sustaining global democracy will require constructing a democratic global political infrastructure. It will require not just rational institution-building but also attentiveness to symbolism that engages people’s emotions. And it will require ...
Harold James
2015
A great deal of the discussion of how European integration might operate – both in the past and in the future – has been driven by thoughts of how precedents on the other side of the Atlantic have worked. At the highest political level, such reflection ...
Aaron Friedberg
2015
Aaron Friedberg January, 2015 Washington Quarterly 37(4) Diplomacy International Security Foreign Policy National Security, Intelligence and Defense China China Foreign Relations International Relations of East Asia Download File External Link ...
G. John Ikenberry
2014
This essay looks at America’s approach to order in East Asia. I argue that the United States has pursued a remarkably consistent grand strategy toward East Asia. It is built around American power, interests, and ideals. In this sense, it is not best seen ...
Daniel Kurtzer
2014
Daniel Kurtzer December, 2014 with Matthew Duss et al.; Middle East Policy 21(4) Diplomacy International Security Foreign Policy Israel Palestine Middle East External Link ...
G. John Ikenberry
2014
G. John Ikenberry October, 2014 in Power, Order, and Change in World Politics, ed. John G. Ikenberry (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2014) Diplomacy Foreign Policy National Security, Intelligence and Defense liberalism International Relations ...
G. John Ikenberry
2014
Most nations are eager to join the US-led liberal order, provided authority is shared. G. John Ikenberry January, 2014 Current History 113(759) Diplomacy Foreign Policy International Relations liberalism American Foreign Policy Download File External Link ...
G. John Ikenberry
2013
South Korea has emerged as a new middle power playing a significant role in a wide range of important global issue areas and supporting liberal international order with its leadership diplomacy. The growing role played by new powers like Korea calls into ...