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International Law And International Relations

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This volume is intended to help readers understand the relationship between international law and international relations (IL/IR). As a testament to this dynamic area of inquiry, new research on IL/IR is now being published in a growing list of traditional law reviews and disciplinary journals. The excerpted articles in this volume, all of which were first published in International Organization, represent some of the most important research since serious social science scholarship began in this area more than twenty years ago. They are important milestones toward making IL/IR a central concern of scholarly research in international affairs. The contributions have been selected to cover some of the main topics of international affairs and to provide readers with a range of theoretical perspectives, concepts, and heuristics that can be used to analyze the relationship between international law and international relations.

Contributors page
"Beth A. Simmons" and "Richard H. Steinberg"
Editors’ Note 
part i:- international regimes theory: does law matter?
1 Structural Causes and Regime Consequences: Regimes as Intervening Variables (1982)
2 The Demand for International Regimes (1982) 18
part ii:- commitment and compliance
3 Democratic States and Commitment in International Relations (1996) 
4 On Compliance (1993) 
5 Is the Good News About Compliance Good News About Cooperation? (1996) 
part iii:- legalization and its limits
6 The Concept of Legalization (2000) 
7 Legalized Dispute Resolution: Interstate and Transnational (2000) 
8 Legalization, Trade Liberalization, and Domestic Politics: A Cautionary Note (2000) 
9 Alternatives to ‘‘Legalization’’: Richer Views of Law and Politics (2001) 
part iv:- international law and international norms
10 Quasi-States, Dual Regimes, and Neoclassical Theory: International Jurisprudence and the Third World (1987)
11 Which Norms Matter? Revisiting the ‘‘Failure’’ of Internationalism (1997) 
12 The Territorial Integrity Norm: International Boundaries and the Use of Force (2001) 
part v:- treaty design and dynamics
13 Why Are Some International Agreements Informal? (1991) 
14 The Politics of Dispute Settlement Design: Explaining Legalism in Regional Trade Pacts (2000) 
15 Loosening the Ties that Bind: A Learning Model of Agreement Flexibility (2001)
16 Driving with the Rearview Mirror: On the Rational Science of Institutional Design (2001)
17 The Dynamics of International Law: The Interaction of Normative and Operating Systems (2003) 
part vi:- law and legal institutions
18 Europe Before the Court: A Political Theory of Legal Integration (1993) 457
19 The European Court of Justice, National Governments, and Legal Integration in the European Union (1998) 
part vii:- other substantive areas of international law 
20 Scraps of Paper? Agreements and the Durability
of Peace (2003)
21 In the Shadow of Law or Power? Consensus-Based Bargaining and Outcomes in the GATT/WTO (2002)
22 The Legalization of International Monetary Affairs (2000) 
War Crimes:
23 Constructing an Atrocities Regime: The Politics of War Crimes Tribunals (2001) 
Human Rights:
24 The Origins of Human Rights Regimes: Democratic Delegation in Postwar Europe (2000) 
25 Regime Design Matters: Intentional Oil Pollution and Treaty Compliance (1994)
Intellectual Property:
26 The Regime Complex for Plant Genetic Resources (2004) 
Author Details
"Beth A. Simmons" is Professor of Government and Director of the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs at Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

"Richard H. Steinberg" is Professor of Law at the University of California, Los Angeles, and Senior Scholar in the Division of International, Comparative and Area Studies at Stanford University, Stanford, California.

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