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Institutions examines United States policy in areas ranging from international trade to human rights, and in institutions such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF), GATT and the World ...
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Institutions examines United States policy in areas ranging from international trade to human rights, and in institutions such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF), GATT and the World Health Organization.
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)