Week 12-1 IR Theory (4)

Week 12-1 IR Theory (4) - Neo-Liberalism...

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Background WWII provoked strong criticism of the liberal idealist and naïve legalistic paradigm. However, power-politics perspective also failed to predict the peaceful end of the Cold War and international social change (e.g. environmental deterioration, global warming, and globalization of trade and markets) Neo-Liberalism (Neo-Institutionalism)
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Anarchic Society Major Actors States who pursue self-interests (absolute gains) NGOs International Institutions No more prisoner’s dilemma. How? Institutions can induce cooperation because they can increase information flows, reduce transaction costs, and prevent cheating. International Regime A set of rules, norms and procedures around which the expectations of actors converge in a certain issue area. Neo-Liberalism (Neo-Institutionalism)
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Economic Interdependece Economic interdependence, especially trade, reduces prospect of war by increasing its costs to the parties. Democratic Peace Democracies do not fight each other.
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