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The Domestic Sources of International Institutions
Making up the Rules




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ISBN 9781032315515
December 30, 2022 Forthcoming by Routledge
272 Pages 14 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

This book explores a new way of thinking about diplomacy, warfare, trade, and collective goods that begins with the notion that key international actors project their domestic institutions onto the regional or global arena. Exploring the emergence, consolidation, and decay of international norms, the author puts forward a general argument designed to identify patterns across time and space , combining key insights from constructivist, liberal, classical realist, English School, and feminist thinking. By moving from institution to institution, each chapter presents a coherent story ranging from antiquity to the contemporary world allowing us to see not only the patterns, but also to begin to develop conjectures about other causal stories implicit in the narrative. The book will be used by scholars and students of international relations, international organization and law, security studies, political economy, historical sociology, regionalism, and a wide range of specific topics such as arms control, trade, migration, identity, and collective goods.

Table of Contents

1.Overview of the Argument 
2.Definitions 
3.Conjectures 
4.Mutual Recognition 
5.Territoriality 
6.Diplomacy 
7.War 
8.Trade and Integration 
9.Collective Goods 
10.Conclusion

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Biography

Ken Stiles is a professor of political science at Brigham Young University, where he teaches courses and carries out research on international organization, international law, international ethics and international relations theory. His recent work includes Trust and Hedging in International Relations (U. Michigan Press 2018) and State Responses to International Law (Routleddge 2016 – winner, ISA International Law section book of the year).