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Helen Milner
2012
Springer Link Why do governments choose multilateralism? We examine a principal-agent model in which states trade some control over the policy for greater burden sharing. The theory generates observable hypotheses regarding the reasons for and the ...
Keren Yarhi-Milo
2012
International Studies Quarterly (Wiley Online Library) What counts as evidence that the other side is sincere? Within mainstream international relations literature, scholars have focused on costly signals. We argue, however, that in the real world leaders ...
Sophie Meunier
2012
Institut de l'entreprise Dix ans après Le Nouveau défi français, coécrit avec Philip Gordon, aujourd’hui soussecrétaire aux relations européennes de l’administration Obama, Sophie Meunier revient sur cette singulière exception française pour en ...
Miguel Centeno
2012
For three decades, neoliberalism dominated the global political economy. Defined as an explicit preference for private over public control, neoliberalism represented a dramatic break from postwar policies. This article examines the historical development ...
Thomas Christensen
2012
Thomas Christensen August, 2012 Journal of Strategic Studies; Vol. 35, Issue 4 International Security Foreign Policy Technology National Security, Intelligence and Defense http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/01402390.2012.714710#.UdGZNDvVCSo ...
G. John Ikenberry
2012
G. John Ikenberry argues that the crisis that besets the American-led order is a crisis of authority. A political struggle has been ignited over the distribution of roles, rights, and authority within the liberal international order. But the deeper logic ...
Robert Keohane
2012
The concept of a regime complex has proved fruitful to a burgeoning literature in international relations, but it has also opened up new questions about how and why they develop over time. This article describes the history of the energy regime complex as ...
Robert Keohane
2012
The world has now experienced what could be regarded as 20 years of Institutional Liberalism: the dominance of the view that cooperation in world politics can be enhanced through the construction and support of multilateral institutions based on liberal ...
Christina Davis
2012
Christina Davis May, 2012 Princeton University Press; ISBN: 978-0691152769 Trade Politics Foreign Policy International Political Economy and Trade http://press.princeton.edu/titles/9747.html ...
Helen Milner
2012
Preferential trading arrangements (PTAs) play an increasingly prominent role in the global political economy, two notable examples being the European Union and the North American Free Trade Agreement. These agreements foster economic integration among ...
Robert Keohane
2012
This article explores institutional diffusion in international environmental governance, specifying the conditions under which an existing set of institutions provides a template for new institutions. Prior institutional experiences can help to resolve ...
Harold James
2012
We discuss three well known plans that were offered in the twentieth century to provide an artificial replacement for gold and key currencies as international reserves: Keynes’ Bancor, the SDR and the Ecu(predecessor to the euro).The latter two of these ...
Andrew Moravcsik
2012
Four distinguished analysts of French foreign policy under Charles de Gaulle provide in-depth assessments of the new book edited by Christian Nuenlist, Anna Locher, and Garret Martin,  Globalizing de Gaulle: International Perspectives on French Foreign ...
Harold Feiveson
2011
There has been sustained interest in the possibility of multinational spent fuel storage facilities or geological repositories. Thus far, however, there has been only very limited progress in proceeding towards implementation. A few proposals have failed, ...
Aaron Friedberg
2011
There may be no denying China's growing economic strength, but its impact on the global balance of power remains hotly contested. Political scientist Aaron L. Friedberg argues that our nation's leaders are failing to act expeditiously enough to ...
Miguel Centeno
2011
The purpose of the present chapter [is] not to provide definite answers to these questions but rather to map the geographical distribution in production and consumption of (some) cultural goods to motivate the inquiry into the origins and consequences of ...
G. John Ikenberry
2011
G. John Ikenberry July, 2011 Democracy: A Journal of Ideas, Issue 21 Foreign Policy Leadership Foreign Policy http://www.democracyjournal.org/21/a-world-of-our-making-1.php ...
G. John Ikenberry
2011
In this paper I offer a way of thinking about the rise of China and the policy challenges facing the United States. I make four arguments. First, the rise of China does create dangers for international conflict but these dangers are not inevitable and ...
G. John Ikenberry
2011
The security environment of the Soviet state during the Gorbachev period was distinctly different from earlier periods. The increased number of non-aggressive states in the Soviet Union's international environment further enhanced the security of the ...
Christina Davis
Sophie Meunier
2011
American Journal of Political Science (Wiley) Do political tensions harm economic relations? Theories claim that trade prevents war and political relations motivate trade, but less is known about whether smaller shifts in political relations impact ...

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