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(K) Keohane, Robert. 1984. After Hegemony. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Chapters 4-6: 49-109

(*) Lisa Martin, “Interests, Power, and Multilateralism” International Organization 46:4 (1992), pp.765-792

(*) Koremenos, Barbara, Charles Lipson and Duncan Snidal. 2001. The Rational Design of International Institutions. International Organization 55(4): 761-799

Week 5 (6 February)

IOs as Negotiation Venues and Venue Shopping

Question: “Does it really matter if venue choice affects the outcome of a negotiation? Under what conditions (if any) could this have a significant impact on international politics?”

(R) Walker, Chapters 8 “The Format of Multilateral Conferences” (127-144) and 10 “Decision-Making Processes” (159-172)

(R) Aurisch, Klaus L. 1989. The Art of Preparing a Multilateral Conference. Negotiation Journal. 5 (3): 279-288.

(*) Busch, Marc. 2007. Overlapping Institutions, Forum Shopping, and Dispute Settlement in International Trade. International Organization 61(4): 735-761.

(*) Jupille, Joseph and Duncan Snidal. 2005. The Choice of International Institutions: Cooperation, Alternatives and Strategies. Paper presented at the 101st Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association in Washington D.C., USA.

Coleman, Katharina. Unpublished. Locating Norm Diplomacy: Venue Change in International Norm Negotiations. Draft Paper. Emailed to class

Week 6  (13 February)

IOs as Forums for Socialisation

Question: “Can international institutions shape states’ identities and thus change their behaviour? If so, how and under what conditions?”

(*) Alistair Iain Johnston, “Treating International Institutions as Social Environments” International Studies Quarterly 45 (2001), 487-515

(*) Checkel, Jeffrey T. 2005. International Institutions and Socialization in Europe: Introduction and Framework. International Organization 59(4): 801-826

(*) Bearce, David H. and Stacy Bondanella. 2007. Intergovernmental Organizations, Socialization, and Member-State Interest Convergence. International Organization 61(4): 703-733

(*) Hooghe, Liesbet. 2005. Several Roads Lead to International Norms, but Few Via International Socialization: A Case Study of the European Commission. International Organization 59(4): 861-898

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