Frameworks for International Cooperation

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"Frameworks for International Co-operation" presents a conceptual typology which is divided into three parts. Part one analyzes theoriesfor internatioanl cooperation between states; part two discusses theories new state structures, and the final part concerns itself with theories that go beyond existing or any new state structure. Although the book is essentially a conceptual one, each chapter will make abundant reference to examples of the theories at work in the empirical world and in existing international institutions.

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Overview

"Frameworks for International Co-operation" presents a conceptual typology which is divided into three parts. Part one analyzes theoriesfor internatioanl cooperation between states; part two discusses theories new state structures, and the final part concerns itself with theories that go beyond existing or any new state structure. Although the book is essentially a conceptual one, each chapter will make abundant reference to examples of the theories at work in the empirical world and in existing international institutions.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780312031824
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press
  • Publication date: 6/1/1990
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 300
  • Product dimensions: 6.21 (w) x 9.33 (h) x 1.03 (d)

Table of Contents

List of Tables
List of contributors
Foreword
1 The setting in world society 3
2 A conceptual typology of international organization 12
3 Co-ordination in international organization 29
4 Co-operation: the CMEA experience 44
5 Harmonization 56
6 Association 69
7 The parallel national action process 78
8 Supranationalism: the power and authority of international institutions 109
9 Functionalism: the approach of David Mitrany 125
10 Neo-functionalism 139
11 Regionalism: the thought and the deed 151
12 Consociationalism and federalism as approaches to international integration 172
13 From autonomy to secession: building down 185
14 Regimes and international co-operation 201
15 World federalism: the conceptual setting 217
16 Regionalism and functionalism reconsidered: a critical theory 234
17 Transaction, networks and systems 255
Index 285
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