International Law and International Relations ( )

International Law and International Relations: This volume is intended to help readers understand the relationship between international law and international relations (IL/IR).

Worldwide regimes are defined as standards, norm, rules, SOPs and decision making methods around which performing artist desires join in guaranteed issue-area.

As a beginning stage, routines have been conceptualized as mediating factors, remaining between fundamental causal factors and related results and conduct. There are three perspectives about the significance of routines: ordinary auxiliary introductions expel routines as being at best inadequate; Grotian introductions see routines as a cozy segment of the global framework; and changed auxiliary viewpoints consider routines to be critical just under certain compelled conditions.

For Grotian and altered structuralist contentions, which support the view that routines can impact results and conduct, routine advancement is seen as an element of five essential causal factors: selfish personal responsibility, political power, diffuse standards and standards, custom and use, and information.

By Beth A. Simmons

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Contents of International Law and International Relations:

Part iii. legalization and its limits
6 The Concept of Legalization (2000) 115
Kenneth W. Abbot, Robert O. Keohane, Andrew Moravcsik,
Anne-Marie Slaughter, and Duncan Snidal
7 Legalized Dispute Resolution: Interstate and Transnational
(2000) 131
Robert O. Keohane, Andrew Moravcsik, and Anne-Marie Slaughter
8 Legalization, Trade Liberalization, and Domestic Politics:
A Cautionary Note (2000) 157
Judith Goldstein and Lisa L. Martin
9 Alternatives to ‘‘Legalization’’: Richer Views of Law
and Politics (2001) 188
Martha Finnemore and Stephen J. Toope
part iv. international law and international norms
10 Quasi-States, Dual Regimes, and Neoclassical Theory:
International Jurisprudence and the Third World
(1987) 205
Robert H. Jackson
11 Which Norms Matter? Revisiting the ‘‘Failure’’ of
Internationalism (1997) 233
Jeffrey W. Legro
12 The Territorial Integrity Norm: International Boundaries
and the Use of Force (2001) 259
Mark W. Zacher
part v. treaty design and dynamics
13 Why Are Some International Agreements Informal? (1991) 293
Charles Lipson
14 The Politics of Dispute Settlement Design: Explaining
Legalism in Regional Trade Pacts (2000) 331
James McCall Smith
15 Loosening the Ties that Bind: A Learning Model
of Agreement Flexibility (2001) 375
Barbara Koremenos
16 Driving with the Rearview Mirror: On the Rational Science
of Institutional Design (2001) 403
Alexander Wendt

The editors/writer of the book International Law and International Relations:

Beth A. Simmons


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Book Name: International Law and International Relations
Writer/Editor: Beth A. Simmons
Language: ENGLISH
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