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Telecommunication Union 1995
Orthodoxy and the study of international organization
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activities actors analysis approach argued assumptions AT&T British Telecom broadcasting CCIR CCIs CCITT cent challenge Chapter communication consensus cooperation core groups core interests counter-hegemonic critical theory decision-making delegates development assistance dominance economic emerging European existing expanded analytical framework Frequency Geneva global telecommunications growth HDTV hegemonic order hegemony high-definition television ideological IFRB increased industrial institutions international organization international relations International Telecommunication International Telecommunication Union issues January Japan liberal low-income countries membership munications neoliberal neorealist NWICO participation peripheral elites peripheral groups planning policies politicization post-war private companies private interests private-sector production programmes regulation of telecommunications regulatory satellite Secretary-General social specialized agencies standard standards-setting structure Study Group study of international technical Telecom telecommunica telecommunication networks telecommunications sector telegraph theory tions TNCs trade transnational UNESCO users WARC WARC-BSS WARC-ORB world economy world order