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 Nordic Party Members: Linkages in Troubled Times, Edited by Marie Demker, Knut Heidar, and Karina Kosiara-Pedersen

Power and Pressure: International Organisations and Great-Power Relations

International Relations
Public Administration
Panel Number
Panel Chair
Michal Parízek
Charles University
Panel Discussant
Theresa Squatrito
The London School of Economics & Political Science

06/09/2019 15:50 - 17:30
Building: (Building D) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics Floor: 2nd floor Room: 2.04
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 discussing a range of IOs and their relationships with either traditional great powers or emerging ones.

Paper List

Title Details
Between Donor Power and Refugee Needs: How UNRWA’s Bureaucracy Manages Permanent Budgetary Crisis View Paper Details
Comparing Elite and Citizen Legitimacy Beliefs towards International Organisations View Paper Details
'Contested Multilateralism' as Credible Signalling: How Strategic Inconsistency can Induce Cooperation among States View Paper Details
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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