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Divided sovereignty : international institutions and the limits of state authority

Author: Carmen E Pavel
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2014.
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This book explores new institutional solutions to the old question of how to constrain states when they commit severe abuses against their own citizens. The book argues that coercive international  Read more...

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Pavel, Carmen E.
Divided sovereignty
(DLC) 2014008952
(OCoLC)878812680
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Carmen E Pavel
ISBN: 9780199376353 0199376352
OCLC Number: 891081404
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Introduction ; 1. Why Divided Sovereignty? ; 2. Method and Justification ; 3. Outline of the Book ; Chapter 1 Sovereignty, the Social Contract, and the Incompleteness of the State System ; 1. The Institutions of the Social Contract ; 2. On Sovereignty and Delegation of Authority ; 3. Problems of Institutional Design ; 4. Conceptual and practical Hurdles to Divided Sovereignty ; 5. Conclusion ; Chapter 2 Divided Sovereignty: the Principal-Agent Model ; 1. Sovereignty Limiting Norms and their Current Effects ; 2. Divided Sovereignty: The Principal-Agent Model ; 2.1 The Origins of the Model ; 2.2 The Principle-Agent Model for International Institutions ; 2.3 Delegation ; 2.4 The Role of Consent ; 3. Agency Costs at the International Level ; 4. Why Use Principal-Agent Theory? ; 5. Conclusion ; Chapter 3 Domestic and International Implications: Slavery, Genocide and Civil War ; 1. The Scope and Limits of International Authority ; 2. Constitutional Interpretation and Change ; 3. Slavery ; 4. Genocide ; 5. Civil Wars and Failed States ; 6. Conclusion ; Chapter 4 Theories and Institutional Facts ; 1. One Step Theorizing: Cosmopolitan Justice ; 2. Two Step Theorizing: The Case of Humanitarian Intervention ; 3. Objections ; 4. Conclusion ; Chapter 5 Romanticizing Institutions ; 1. Cosmopolitan Global Democracy ; 2. Rule of Law Experiments ; 3. Rule of Law for Global Democracy ; 4. Institutional Assumptions and Bureaucratic Pathologies ; 5. Conclusion ; Chapter 6 Institutional Pluralism ; 1. Institutions in International Criminal Law ; 2. Fragmentation and Conflict ; 3. The Benefits of a Pluralist System ; 4. Complex Social Orders ; 5. A Hobbesian Challenge ; 6. Conclusion ; Chapter 7 The Possibility of Rule-Governed Behavior in International Politics ; 1. Cooperation under Anarchy ; 2. Assumptions and Implications of International Relations Theorizing ; 3. Self-Preservation as the Dominant State Preference ; 4. The Possibility of a Rule-Governed Order ; Conclusion
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