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By Daniel W. Drezner
Has globalization diluted the ability of nationwide governments to control their very own economies? Are overseas governmental and nongovernmental businesses weakening the carry of realms on worldwide regulatory agendas? Many observers imagine so. yet in All Politics Is Global, Daniel Drezner argues that this view is inaccurate. regardless of globalization, states--especially the good powers--still dominate foreign regulatory regimes, and the regulatory ambitions of states are pushed by way of their household interests.
As Drezner indicates, kingdom measurement nonetheless issues. the nice powers--the usa and the eu Union--remain the foremost avid gamers in writing worldwide rules, and their energy is because of the scale in their inner monetary markets. in the event that they agree, there'll be powerful worldwide governance. in the event that they do not agree, governance can be fragmented or useless. And, satirically, the main robust assets of great-power personal tastes are the least globalized parts in their economies.
Testing this revisionist version of worldwide regulatory governance on an surprisingly wide selection of circumstances, together with the net, finance, genetically transformed organisms, and highbrow estate rights, Drezner exhibits why there's such disparity within the energy of overseas regulations.
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Cary, “Federalism and Corporate Law: Reﬂections upon Delaware,” Yale Law Journal 83 (March 1974): 663–705. 55 Naomi Klein, No Logo (London: Flamingo, 2000), 208, quoted in Martin Wolf, Why Globalization Works (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2004), 240. 56 Frieden, Global Capitalism, 466–68. For examples, see Lori Wallach and Michelle Sforza, Whose Trade Organization? , Global Backlash: Citizen Initiatives for a Just Economy (New York: Rowan and Littleﬁeld, 2002). ” Foreign Policy 114 (Spring 1999): 52–65; Ethan Kapstein, “Workers and the World Economy,” Foreign Affairs 75 (May/June 1996): 16–24.
Drezner, The Sanctions Paradox: Economic Statecraft and International Relations (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999), chap. 4. For regulatory coordination, another dimension of effectiveness covers the scope of the agreement. To use the example of the Kyoto Protocol again, the failure of the United States or Australia to sign on downgrades the efﬁcacy of the agreement, even if it achieves signiﬁcant changes of behavior among the signatories. 1 A Taxonomy of Globalization Theories Agent-Based Approaches Structure-Based Approaches Material pressures dominate Mainstream IPE- approaches Race-to-the-bottom Ideational pressures dominate Global civil society (GCS) World polity paradigm actors.
Graham concludes: “the ne88 On the Montreal Protocol, see Peter Haas, “Banning Chloroﬂuorocarbons: Epistemic Community Efforts to Protect Stratospheric Ozone,” International Organization 46 (Spring 1992): 187– 224; On whaling, see M. J. Peterson, “Whalers, Cetologists, Environmentalists, and the International Management of Whaling,” International Organization 46 (Spring 1992): 147–86. More generally, see Wapner, “Politics beyond the State,” and Ann Marie Clark, Elizabeth Friedman, and Kathryn Hochstetler, “The Sovereign Limits of Global Society,” World Politics 51 (Fall 1998): 1–35.
All Politics Is Global: Explaining International Regulatory Regimes by Daniel W. Drezner