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Study Guide (3,4) - J. Muldoon "Architects of...

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J. Muldoon “Architects of International Order: States, Markets, and Civil Society” International order framework based off democratic society Recognized states, markets, and civil society Public vs. private sphere 1945 Architect o Public (states) o Private (markets) o Civil Society International governance: overlapping of international institutions and organizations built by each sector States as principal architects o Postwar order designed by Americans o Attach power to general organization to preserve power and control of state o International law is backbone Purpose and Functionality o Characteristic like states o International law is backbone Architects of International Order o Political More able to debate than to institutionalize programs No grand design for global security o Economical Necessity of public oversight and regulation of economy Stable currencies, cross-border trade, food supplies, economic development Incorporate national economy into international economy
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