In America We (Used to) Trust: U.S. Hegemony and Global Cooperation
Andrew Kydd discusses alternative perspectives on hegemony and cooperation. One emphasizes the credibility of threats to potential rule breakers, the other the fostering of mutual trust and multilateral cooperation. While the first has been central to the Bush administration’s foreign policy, the second was important in the early Cold War and remains important today.
Trust in International Cooperation: International Security Institutions, Domestic Politics and American Multilateralism, Brian Rathbun Reviewed by Andrew Kydd
Optimal Imperfection? Domestic Uncertainty and Institutions in International Relations, George W. Downs and David M. Rocke Reviewed by Andrew Kydd
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