The Impact of International Law on International Cooperation
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Emerging from international society, international law reflects the particular characteristics of this society, as well as the relationships among the actors in the system. This analysis advances our understanding of the influences of international norms and international institutions on international cooperation. Its contributors cast new light on the factors enhancing, or impeding, cooperation among states. The insights gained suggest ways for enhancing states' incentives to cooperate through the design of norms and institutions.Read more
- Equally accessible to international law and international relations scholars
- Theoretically sophisticated collection from leading scholars in Western Europe and North America
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"This edited collection fits comfortably within this new generation of interdisciplinary work...Scholars of international affairs interested in these and related subjects would do well to review the individual contributions in this edited volume." - Laurence R. Helfer, Vanderbilt University Law School
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- Date Published: November 2006
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Table of Contents
1. Introduction Eyal Benvenisti and Moshe Hirsch
2. International law and international relations theory Anne-Marie Slaughter
3. Transformation: alternative pathways to international legalization Kenneth W. Abbott and Duncan Snidal
4. Customary international law as a judicial tool for promoting efficiency Eyal Benvenisti
5. Reputation, cooperation and development George W. Downs and Michael A. Jones
6. Rethinking compliance with international law Edith Brown Weiss
7. Compliance with international norms in the age of globalization: two theoretical perspectives Mosche Hirsch
8. Compliance and non-compliance with international norms in territorial disputes: the Latin American record of arbitrations Arie M. Kacowicz
9. International trade and domestic politics: the domestic sources of international trade agreements and institutions Helen V. Milner
10. Human rights, developing countries and the WTO constraint: the very thing that makes you rich makes me poor? Petros C. Mavroidis
11. Back to court after Shrimp/Turtle: India's challenge to labor and environmental linkages in the EC generalized system of preferences Robert Howse.
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