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Non-governmental organisations, power and legitimacy in international society
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Legitimacy in International Society Ian Clark The first major historical and theoretical treatment of international legitimacy Deals with a topic of increasing international importance, given current legitimacy debates over issues such as the war in Iraq, and the post-September 11th war on terrorism Provides a historical context against which to examine some of the most pressing issues of our time.
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To learn more, visit our Cookies page. This page was processed by aws-apollo2 in 0. Skip to main content. Copy URL. Abstract Over the past decade, there has been an explosion of interest, both among international lawyers and international relations scholars, in the legitimacy of international institutions.
Admittedly, Clark makes clear that he is not sure how much the sincerity of a given argument matters, but by retaining motives as a partial focus he passes up an opportunity to deepen his suggestive comments about the effects of discussions among states and between states and nonstate actors. In sum, throughout the book Clark seems caught not just between two concepts— international and world society—but between his two goals: the historical goal of recovering the politics of world society, and the analytical goal of specifying the concept. He clearly succeeds at the former, bringing us into the various smoke-filled rooms where norms were negotiated, and highlighting the complex interactions between those who represent states and those who represent other interests.
On the analytics, however, too often Clark does not go beyond pointing out the difficult questions. When breaking new ground, such question-raising certainly is understandable, if not inevitable.
But at least this reviewer would have settled for fewer sweeping questions in order to get greater analytical depth on one or two of them. On a more positive note, in its shortcomings this book raises productive questions for future research by English School and non—English School researchers alike. How differentiable is world society from international society?
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