The Pros And Cons Of Multilateral Cooperation

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The book of Silverburg 2011 features contributions from well-established scholars and emerging stars in law and politics, this cutting-edge reader provides students with a succinct overview of the key issues facing international law and multilateral cooperation today. The authors offered diverse, multinational perspectives on traditional and emergent issues in the practice and study of international law. A concluding section on international political interaction covers a wide range of issues that link international politics to international law and multilateral cooperation. In order to understand the prospects of a multilateral cooperation, we need to look in more detail at the willingness of states to build multilateral regimes. International…show more content…
This goes to show that even the most powerful countries are also dependent international institutions and multilateral cooperation to gain more benefits that it could offer. There are some recent research on international institutions that questions legalism and law as well as their effectiveness with or without regards to political realm. Scholars, few of them, had assumptions about realism, thus, accepting that relevance of state power as well are arguing interests about world politics. Some theorists draw conclusions on the influence of international institutions while recognizing the preferences of states for private rights just avoiding full transparency. Since their states that are not really certain about their partners and had some trust issues in the past, multilateral cooperation has some functional hindrances. International institutions can counter this uncertainty by means of encouraging negotiations and transparency. Past issues can be regarded with more open analyzation while promoting honesty and preserving good relationship with one another. Thinking about the normative implications of globalization, focus on the maintenance of effective democratic approach in each society is one way of the establishing formal structures of international regimes. To be consistent with democratic values for multilateral cooperation, international organizations that are politically inclined must be accountable to all aspect of it failure or
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