Unformatted text preview: disjuncture there…” International Institutionalism Looking at the United States’ role in the world as a garden. Underpinnings of Institutionalism -Immanuel Kant, German Philosopher, Perpetual Peace: A Philosophical Sketch (1795) -President Woodrow Wilson, “14 Points” Promoted creation of a Leage of Nations after WWI. -President Roosevelt, “The Four Freedoms,” and the founding principles of the UN and the post WWII Liberal Economic Order. “The development of international organization represents both a realistic response to the requirements of doing national business in an increasingly complex international setting an idealistic attempt to modfy the operation of the multi-state system so as to make civilized living possible in an increasingly interdependent world.” -Inis Claude, Swords into Ploughshares: The Problems and Progress of International Organizations. -A problem to be managed by strengthening international institutions....
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