Cooperating for Peace and Security: Evolving Institutions and Arrangements in a Context of Changing U.S. Security Policy / Edition 1by Bruce D. Jones, Richard Gowan
Pub. Date: 11/30/2009
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This 2010 book shows that US interests have shaped institutions, but other states have also driven reforms without US support.
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Table of ContentsPart I. Framework: 1. Introduction: 'two worlds' of international security Bruce Jones and Shepard Forman; 2. 'The mission determines the coalition': the United States and multilateral cooperation after 9/11 Stewart Patrick; 3. UN transformation in an era of soft balancing Stephen John Stedman; Part II. Adapting Cold War Institutions: 4. An evolving UN Security Council David Malone; 5. Too many institutions? European security cooperation after the Cold War Richard Gowan and Sara Batmanglich; 6. Whither NATO? Mats Berdal and David Ucko; 7. The evolution of nuclear non-proliferation institutions Christine Wing; 8. 9/11, the 'war on terror' and the evolution of counter-terrorism institutions Eric Rosand and Sebastian von Einsiedel; 9. Evolution and innovation: biological and chemical weapons Fiona Simpson; Part III. New Tools, New Mechanisms: 10. Normative evolution at the UN: impact on operational activities Ian Johnstone; 11. Constructing sovereignty for security Barnett R. Rubin; 12. New arrangements for peace negotiation Teresa Whitfield; 13. International humanitarian cooperation: aiding war's victims in a shifting strategic environment Abby Stoddard; 14. The evolution of regional and sub-regional collective security mechanisms in post-Cold War Africa Sarjoh Bah; 15. International courts and tribunals Cesare Romano; Part IV. Conclusions: 16. Conclusion: international institutions and the problems of adaptation Richard Gowan and Bruce Jones.
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