Order Within Anarchy

Author: James D. Morrow
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107048966
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The Laws of War as an International Institution James D. Morrow. Dynamics. of.
Common. Conjectures. The. Rational. Evolution. of. Norms. Having established
that the laws of war guide state action during wartime and how international
norms codified into law shape strategic calculations, I turn to the question of
change in expectations and the role of law in such changes. The analysis so far
has assumed the law is fixed to focus on how law shapes what states and
soldiers do during ...


Author: David Cortright
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9781139471855
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Just as the development of law helped to create order and reduce violence within
domestic societies, it was hoped that the emergence of international law would
tame the anarchy of political relations among nations. The early peace societies
in the United States and Europe were internationalist in outlook and experience,
and many actively campaigned to establish agreements and institutions for the
arbitration of international disputes. During the nineteenth century the first
practical ...

The Politics Of International Law And International Justice

Author: Edwin Egede
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748684522
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law. Gerry Simpson points to three images of this crucial relationship. In the first
image law appears 'virtuous yet marginal . . . a mostly frustrated project to civilise
war, tame anarchy, restrain the Great Powers and ensure fairer re-distributive ...
of diplomacy'.2 On the other hand, it is difficult to shake the image presented by
Thomas Pogge of the diplomatic processes that led to the establishment of the
WTO and other grand international institutions of the post-war order as being the
work ...

International Handbook On Informal Governance

Author: Thomas Christiansen
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 1781001219
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Although the precise meaning of anarchy at the global level is contested, it has
usually been conceptualized as the opposite of order – an order which in turn is
seen to consist of structures ofinternational authority and law (Milner 1991). The
foundational ... The institutionalist argument, on the contrary, was that
international institutions make the interactions between states more stable and
predictable and make the international system as a whole less war-prone.
International law is ...

Mirages Of International Justice

Author: Matthew Parish
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 0857931180
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The Elusive Pursuit of a Transnational Legal Order Matthew Parish ... We hold
high hopes for international law, from banning landmines and cluster munitions,
to upholding human rights in the face of domestic repression, to fostering
coordination of international solutions to climate change, to prosecuting war
criminals and holding senior politicians accountable for genocides, ... It makes
the world of international relations vastly more complex, by adding to the anarchy
of states a ...

The Counterinsurgent S Constitution

Author: Ganesh Sitaraman
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199986908
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Law in the Age of Small Wars Ganesh Sitaraman. The Institutional Approach.
Many in international discourse think of the rule of law in terms of legal
institutions and focus on codes, courts, and the legal profession. Some aid
workers focus on reforming the laws themselves—on modernizing legal codes to
revise ancient and outdated provisions or on replacing the codes completely.42
The most frequently cited institutional goal of the rule of law is the existence of an
independent ...

After The Cold War

Author: Robert Owen Keohane
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674008649
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Bringing together the work of seasoned experts and younger scholars, this volume offers a wide-ranging analysis of the effects of historical patterns--whether interrupted or intact--on post-Cold War politics.

The Influence Of International Institutions On The Eu

Author: O. Costa
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230369898
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Keohane, R.O.(1992), 'Compliancewith International Commitments: Politics
Within a Framework of Law', American SocietyofInternational Law Proceedings,
86, 176–80. Kono, 'Making Anarchy Work: International Legal
InstitutionsandTrade Cooperation', The of D.Y.(2007), Journal Politics,69(3),746–
59. Martin,L.L. (2008),'Book Review: XinyuanDai, International Institutionsand
NationalPolicies'Review of International Organizations, 3,201–6. McNiel, D.E.(
1998), 'The FirstCase Under ...

The Logic Of Internationalism

Author: Kjell Goldmann
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134865236
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International law and organization as well as economic exchanges and other
forms of communication will make war an increasingly unlikely occurrence,
according to this belief. ... the Anarchy Model of international politics, that is, in
the assumption that tensions, armaments, and war cannot be avoided in a system
of independent states, since by definition such a system lacks the equivalent of a
government maintaining order within each state and protecting its citizens from
each other.

How Wars End

Author: Dan Reiter
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 069114060X
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Conspiracy theories notwithstanding, there is no fleet of black helicopters or blue-
helmeted stormtroopers at the ready to carry out the rulings of institutions like the
United Nations (UN) or the World Trade Organization (WTO). Without such
support, state-to-state promises can be as fragile as Lenin's pie crusts. This
absence of government, literally anarchy, has severe and often tragic
consequences, as it makes the maintenance of international order and the
prevention of crimes against ...