Non-State Actors in International Relations

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Ashgate, 2001 - Political Science - 318 pages
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Assessing the influence of non-governmental organizations on international and transnational politics, as well as examining the importance of non-state actors in a world of nation-states, this theoretically rich text also discusses approaches that deal with the interplay between domestic and international politics. Thorough and insightful, this text draws on perspectives and theories from political science, policy studies and international law.Using topical and original case studies which cover the fields of security, trade, social clauses, environment, development aid, civil rights and crime, this volume constitutes one of the first vigorous theoretical analyses of this important contemporary phenomenon.

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THREE PERSPECTIVES POLITICAL SCIENCE
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International Policy Arrangements of State and NonState Actors
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NonState Actors in International
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