International Institutions and Power Politics: Bridging the Divide
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This book moves scholarly debates beyond the old question of whether or not international institutions matter in order to examine how they matter, even in a world of power politics. Power politics and international institutions are often studied as two separate domains, but this is in need of rethinking because today most states strategically use institutions to further their interests. Anders Wivel, T.V. Paul, and the international group of contributing authors update our understanding of how institutions are viewed among the major theoretical paradigms in international relations, and they seek to bridge the divides.
|Place of Publication
|Georgetown University Press
|Number of pages
|Published - 2019
- Faculty of Social Sciences - international institutions, international organizations, power politics, International Relations Theory, American world order, International Governance, Global Governance