09 - Since the end of the Cold War there have been several...

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Unformatted text preview: Since the end of the Cold War there have been several normative changes in IR- Rise in humanitarian intervention o Leads to blurring of the lines of territory and authority- Most obvious in report to secretary general called “international convention on intervention and state sovereignty” o Responsibility to protect: intervene to prevent mass killings and human rights violations Steven Krasner: IR scholar from Stanford- Argues that nothing really has changed, powerful states are still doing what they want, but now they are dressing it up as humanitarian intervention o If you examine when intervention occurred, it was when national interests were at stake UN reform has been focused on Security Council and its expansion Move from “billiard ball” model to a model focusing on webs Four different types of transnational actors- Trans-national corporations o Not just about trade, have combination of trade, foreign direct investment, and also some type of production- Transnational social movement...
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