Multilateralism and U.S. foreign policy : ambivalent engagement

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Notes

  • Includes bibliographical references (pages 465-489) and index.

Contents

  • Multilateralism and its discontents: the causes and consequences of U.S. ambivalence / Stewart Patrick -- The United States, international organizations, and the quest for legitimacy / Edward C. Luck -- The growing influence of domestic factors / Princeton N. Lyman -- Public attitudes toward multilateralism / Steven Kull -- Multilateralism and U.S. grand strategy / G. John Ikenberry -- U.S. unilateralism: a European perspective / William Wallace -- Unilateral action in a multilateral world / Ruth Wedgwood -- Multilateral peace operations / Sarah B. Sewall -- Nuclear weapons: the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty and national missile defense / Thomas Graham Jr. and Damien J. LaVera -- The chemical weapons convention / Amy E. Smithson -- The United States as "deadbeat"? U.S. policy and the UN financial crisis / Margaret P. Karns and Karen A. Mingst -- Extraterritorial sanctions: managing "hyper-unilateralism" in U.S. foreign policy / Michael Mastanduno -- Unilateralism, multilateralism, and the International Criminal Court / Bertram S. Brown -- Why is U.S. human rights policy so unilateralist? / Andrew Moravcsik -- Ambivalent multilateralism and the emerging backlash: the IMF and WTO / Kimberly Ann Elliott and Gary Clyde Hufbauer -- Climate change: unilateralism, realism, and two-level games / Harold K. Jacobson -- Multilateralism as a matter of fact: U.S. leadership and the management of the international public sector / Shepard Forman
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