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International organizations and internal conditionality : making norms matter / Rick Fawn.

By: Fawn, Rick.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: JZ4850 .F39 2013Publication: New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2013Description: xiii, 335 p. : ill.ISBN: 9781137305480; 1137305487.Subject(s): International organization | International agencies | Conditionality (International relations)
Contents:
International organizations and internal conditionality -- The birth of internal conditionality: the conception and evolution of the Council of Europe and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe -- International election observation missions: the deepest objections and greatest resilience of internal conditionality? -- The Council of Europe and the abolition of the death penalty: from external to internal conditionality and the success of norms over interests -- Success in the toughest of cases: the normative surprise over Chechnya from internal conditionality -- Tajikistan and the OSCE: the subtlest victory of internal conditionality -- The Kazakhstan chairmanship of the OSCE: internal conditionality and the risks of political appeasement -- Making norms matter: the theory and practice of internal conditionality.
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International organizations and internal conditionality -- The birth of internal conditionality: the conception and evolution of the Council of Europe and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe -- International election observation missions: the deepest objections and greatest resilience of internal conditionality? -- The Council of Europe and the abolition of the death penalty: from external to internal conditionality and the success of norms over interests -- Success in the toughest of cases: the normative surprise over Chechnya from internal conditionality -- Tajikistan and the OSCE: the subtlest victory of internal conditionality -- The Kazakhstan chairmanship of the OSCE: internal conditionality and the risks of political appeasement -- Making norms matter: the theory and practice of internal conditionality.

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