From Maastricht to Brexit by Richard Bellamy and Dario Castiglione

Power and Pressure: International Organizations and Great-Power Relations

Governance
 
Institutions
 
International Relations
 
Public Administration
 
Global
 
International
 
Power
 
Panel Number
P300
Panel Chair
Michal Parízek
Charles University
Panel Discussant
Theresa Squatrito
University of Liverpool
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Time
06/09/2019 15:50
Location
Building: (Building D) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics Floor: 2nd floor Room: 2.04
Abstract
We know that great powers can wield enormous influence over international organizations and their bureaucracies. Sometimes they exercise their influence quite openly, but other times they seek to work more behind-the-scenes, in ways that not a lot of current scholarship has addressed. This panel seeks to further our understanding of great power politics in the international arena by inviting contributions exploring a range of IOs and their relationships with either traditional great powers or emerging ones.

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Do International Tribunals Time Their Rulings to Accommodate Powerful States? View Paper Details
International Bureaucracies in Difficult Times: Trust Re-Building Strategies View Paper Details
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