Thursday, July 15, 2010
Impact of Globalizing Issues
Globalizing issues have effects on four major areas of international relations theory and practice.
First, the interconnectedness of the plethora of sub-issues within health, environmental, and human rights issues affect international bargaining. When states choose to go to the bargaining table, a multiplicity of issues is often at stake.
Many issues are fungible; states are willing to make trade-offs between issues to achieve the desired result. For example, in the aftermath of the 1973 oil embargo and in the face of supply shortages, the
To win an ally in the supply of petroleum resources, the
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