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ARTS2812 Full Course Notes

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International relations theory International relations Global politics Political science International security Anarchy Neoliberalism Global governance Public international law Realism Power Balancing
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International relations theory International relations Global politics Political science International security Anarchy Neoliberalism Global governance Public international law Realism Power Balancing
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crises, comm and transport revolutions: WB, IMF, WTO Human Dev + Welfare <— decolonisation and demands of developing world: FAO, WFP, UNDP Enviro <— degradation, eco interdependence: UNEP, UNCED HR - UDHR 1947, ICCPR 1966 Centralisation - systematic and consistent reservation of authority at central points of org But reduce accountability w decisions (Yugoslavia/Rwanda) + lack direct democratic participation in process Legalisation - precision + degree of obligation entailed in institutional commitments: obligating, precise, delegating 3rd party dispute settlement mechanisms - authorised to interpret facts Levels of legalisation occur - agree for decision to be binding and less so when there’s negotiation and political bargaining on whether to accept rulings Absence of legalisation Provision of material resources - financial, tech, info Create + diffuse norm...
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