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International Organization

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Volume 48, issue 04, 1994

Institutional selection in international relations: state anarchy as order pp. 527-557 Downloads
Hendrik Spruyt
International investment and colonial control: a new interpretation pp. 559-593 Downloads
Jeffry A. Frieden
Divided government and U.S. trade policy: theory and evidence pp. 595-632 Downloads
Susanne Lohmann and O'Halloran, Sharyn
The change of tide in political cooperation: a limited information model of European integration pp. 633-662 Downloads
Gerald Schneider and Lars-Erik Cederman
Informal market governance in Japan's basic materials industries pp. 663-685 Downloads
Mark Tilton

Volume 48, issue 03, 1994

A security regime among democracies: cooperation among Iroquois nations pp. 345-385 Downloads
Neta C. Crawford
Modeling the forms of international cooperation: distribution versus information pp. 387-423 Downloads
James D. Morrow
Regime design matters: intentional oil pollution and treaty compliance pp. 425-458 Downloads
Ronald B. Mitchell
The origins and sustainability of Mexico's free trade policy pp. 459-489 Downloads
Manuel Pastor and Carol Wise
Free trade, fair trade, strategic trade, and protectionism in the U.S. Congress, 1987–88 pp. 491-525 Downloads
Stanley D. Nollen and Dennis P. Quinn

Volume 48, issue 02, 1994

Political learning by doing: Gorbachev as uncommitted thinker and motivated learner pp. 155-183 Downloads
Janice Gross Stein
Ideas do not float freely: transnational coalitions, domestic structures, and the end of the cold war pp. 185-214 Downloads
Thomas Risse-Kappen
Understanding change in international politics: the Soviet empire's demise and the international system pp. 215-247 Downloads
Rey Koslowski and Friedrich V. Kratochwil
The long peace, the end of the cold war, and the failure of realism pp. 249-277 Downloads
Richard Ned Lebow
Learning and foreign policy: sweeping a conceptual minefield pp. 279-312 Downloads
Jack S. Levy
Anarchy in international relations theory: the neorealist-neoliberal debate pp. 313-344 Downloads
Robert Powell

Volume 48, issue 01, 1994

Origins of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development pp. 01-38 Downloads
Steven Weber
Burden-sharing in the Persian Gulf War pp. 39-75 Downloads
Andrew Bennett, Joseph Lepgold and Danny Unger
The interest-based explanation of international environmental policy pp. 77-105 Downloads
Detlef Sprinz and Tapani Vaahtoranta
The state and the nation: changing norms and the rules of sovereignty in international relations pp. 107-130 Downloads
J. Samuel Barkin and Bruce Cronin
The use and abuse of Thucydides in international relations pp. 131-153 Downloads
Laurie M. Johnson Bagby

Volume 47, issue 04, 1993

Europeans and the European Community: the dynamics of public support for European integration pp. 507-534 Downloads
Richard C. Eichenberg and Russell J. Dalton
International trade and domestic politics: improving on Rogowski's model of political alignments pp. 535-564 Downloads
Paul Midford
International organizations as teachers of norms: the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cutural Organization and science policy pp. 565-597 Downloads
Martha Finnemore
Beyond two-level games: domestic–international interaction in the intermediate-range nuclear forces negotiations pp. 599-628 Downloads
Jeffrey W. Knopf
Admission of European Free Trade Association states to the European Community: effects on voting power in the European Community Council of Ministers pp. 629-643 Downloads
Madeleine O. Hosli

Volume 47, issue 03, 1993

From international system to international society: structural realism and regime theory meet the English school pp. 327-352 Downloads
Barry Buzan
Two-level games and bargaining outcomes: why gaiatsu succeeds in Japan in some cases but not others pp. 353-386 Downloads
Leonard J. Schoppa
Side-payments versus security cards: domestic bargaining tactics in international economic negotiations pp. 387-410 Downloads
H. Richard Friman
Human rights, principled issue-networks, and sovereignty in Latin America pp. 411-441 Downloads
Kathryn Sikkink
Structural power: the limits of neorealist power analysis pp. 443-478 Downloads
Stefano Guzzini
Medieval tales: neorealist “science” and the abuse of history pp. 479-491 Downloads
Rodney Bruce Hall and Friedrich V. Kratochwil
On context, facts, and norms: response to Hall and Kratochwil pp. 493-500 Downloads
Markus Fischer
Territoriality and Who Is “US”? pp. 501-505 Downloads
Ethan B. Kapstein and John Gerard Ruggie

Volume 47, issue 02, 1993

On compliance pp. 175-205 Downloads
Abram Chayes and Antonia Handler Chayes
Arms versus allies: trade-offs in the search for security pp. 207-233 Downloads
James D. Morrow
The International Labor Organization and the welfare state: institutional effects on national welfare spending, 1960–80 pp. 235-262 Downloads
David Strang and Patricia Mei Yin Chang
Macropolitical consensus and lateral autonomy in industrial policy: the nuclear sector in Brazil and Argentina pp. 263-298 Downloads
Etel Solingen
Domestic institutions and the credibility of international commitment: Japan and the United States pp. 299-326 Downloads
Peter F. Cowhey

Volume 47, issue 01, 1993

Choosing union: monetary politics and Maastricht pp. 1-39 Downloads
Wayne Sandholtz
Europe Before the Court: A Political Theory of Legal Integration pp. 41-76 Downloads
Anne-Marie Burley and Walter Mattli
What was bipolarity? pp. 77-106 Downloads
R. Harrison Wagner
Domestic reform and international change: the Gorbachev reforms in historical perspective pp. 107-138 Downloads
Valerie Bunce
Territoriality and beyond: problematizing modernity in international relations pp. 139-174 Downloads
John Gerard Ruggie

Volume 46, issue 04, 1992

Interests, power, and multilateralism pp. 765-792 Downloads
Lisa L. Martin
Managing domestic differences in international negotiations: the strategic use of internal side-payments pp. 793-818 Downloads
Frederick W. Mayer
International regimes and alliance behavior: explaining NATO conventional force levels pp. 819-855 Downloads
John S. Duffield
Ideology, interests, and the American executive: toward a theory of foreign competition and manufacturing trade policy pp. 857-897 Downloads
Ellis S. Krauss and Simon Reich
From competition to collaboration: the challenge of commercial-class aircraft manufacturing pp. 899-934 Downloads
Vicki L. Golich

Volume 46, issue 03, 1992

Multilateralism: the anatomy of an institution pp. 561-598 Downloads
John Gerard Ruggie
International relations theory and multilateralism: the search for foundations pp. 599-632 Downloads
James A. Caporaso
Shaping the postwar balance of power: multilateralism in NATO pp. 633-680 Downloads
Steve Weber
Multilateralism with small and large numbers pp. 681-708 Downloads
Miles Kahler
Matching humanitarian norms with cold, hard interests: the making of refugee policies in Mexico and Honduras, 1980–80 pp. 709-730 Downloads
Kevin Hartigan
The Concentration of Capabilities and International Trade pp. 731-764 Downloads
Edward D. Mansfield

Volume 46, issue 02, 1992

Anarchy is what states make of it: the social construction of power politics pp. 391-425 Downloads
Alexander Wendt
Feudal Europe, 800–1300: communal discourse and conflictual practices pp. 427-466 Downloads
Markus Fischer
A tale of two worlds: core and periphery in the post-cold war era pp. 467-491 Downloads
James M. Goldgeier and Michael McFaul
Growth waves, systemic openness, and protectionism pp. 493-532 Downloads
William R. Thompson and Lawrence Vescera
International cooperation and institutional choice: the European Community's internal market pp. 533-560 Downloads
Geoffrey Garrett

Volume 46, issue 01, 1992

Introduction: epistemic communities and international policy coordination pp. 1-35 Downloads
Peter M. Haas
Ideas, interests, and institutionalization: “trade in services” and the Uruguay Round pp. 37-100 Downloads
William J. Drake and Kalypso Nicolaïdis
The emergence of cooperation: national epistemic communities and the international evolution of the idea of nuclear arms control pp. 101-145 Downloads
Emanuel Adler
Whalers, cetologists, environmentalists, and the international management of whaling pp. 147-186 Downloads
M. J. Peterson
Banning chlorofluorocarbons: epistemic community efforts to protect stratospheric ozone pp. 187-224 Downloads
Peter M. Haas
Reform in the international food aid regime: the role of consensual knowledge pp. 225-264 Downloads
Raymond F. Hopkins
Between power and purpose: central bankers and the politics of regulatory convergence pp. 265-287 Downloads
Ethan Barnaby Kapstein
A world economy restored: expert consensus and the Anglo-American postwar settlement pp. 289-321 Downloads
G. John Ikenberry
Challenging conventional explanations of international cooperation: negotiation analysis and the case of epistemic communities pp. 323-365 Downloads
James K. Sebenius
Conclusion: epistemic communities, world order, and the creation of a reflective research program pp. 367-390 Downloads
Emanuel Adler and Peter M. Haas
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