Chapter 14

Chapter 14 - The Liberal Institutional Paths to...

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The Liberal Institutional Paths to Peace—Chapter 14—3/25/08 What happens right after you’ve established peace? - When you follow a realist path to peace, you will sooner or later provoke a reaction Assumptions: - Justice essential to and precedes order - Institutions matter more than states - Cooperation possible Policies: - Interlocking networks—invest people in ongoing institutions and alliances, getting everyone involved… Japan has a declining populations, and so they’re pushing various treaty orgs and economic alliances to try and incorporate China into these institutions so China can feel that they’re getting what they want. - Rule of law - Promote democracy and education - Redress imbalance of wealth—have to create the notion that everybody can improve Liberals say : cannot maintain order by keeping everyone at bay and by arming yourself International Law - Private International Law: regulation of routine transnational activities: Commerce, communications, and travel States do not get involved - Public International Law: Relations between governments Relations between governments and IGOs Relations between governments and NGOs - And then, the projector BROKE. - die computers die except not this one and not kelsey’s. Yeah. Okay. Procedures for Dispute Settlement
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course IR 271 taught by Professor Corgan during the Spring '08 term at BU.

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