The United States and Multilateral Institutions [NOOK Book]


US policy in areas ranging from international trade to human rights, in institutions such as the IMF, GATT and the World Health Organisation.
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The United States and Multilateral Institutions

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US policy in areas ranging from international trade to human rights, in institutions such as the IMF, GATT and the World Health Organisation.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780203168387
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • Publication date: 7/2/1992
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 968 KB

Table of Contents

Glossary; Chapter One The US and Multilateral Institutions: A Framework for Analysis Margaret Karns and Karen Mingst; Chapter Two US Military Security Policies: The Role and Influence of IGOs Harold Jacobson; Chapter Three Dominance without Hegemony: US

Relations with the International Atomic Energy Agency Benjamin Schiff; Chapter Four The US and the International Monetary Fund: Declining Influence or Declining Interest? Miles Kahler; Chapter Five The World Bank and US Control William Ascher; Chapter Six

Multilateral Diplomacy and Trade Policy: The US and GATT Margaret Karns; Chapter Seven International Food Organizations and the US: Drifting Leadership and Divergent Interests Raymond Hopkins; Chapter Eight The US and the World Health Organization Karen Mingst;

Chapter Nine Changing Patterns of Conflict: The US and UNESCO Roger Coate; Chapter Ten The US, the United Nations, and Human Rights David Forsythe; Chapter Eleven Continuity and Change in US-IGO Relationships: A Comparative Analysis with Implications for the Future of

Multilateralism in US Policy Margaret Karns and Karen Mingst; Chapter Twelve IGOs, Regimes and Cooperation: Challenges for International Relations Theory Duncan Snidal

multi-author volumes in which the whole is greater than the sum of its parts (Ole R. Holsti, Duke University)

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