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Author Koremenos, Barbara, author.

Title The continent of international law : explaining agreement design / Barbara Koremenos.

Published Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2016.


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Physical description xviii, 437 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 407-425) and index.
Contents (Re)discovering the continent -- Theoretical framework -- The COIL sample -- Duration provisions -- Escape clauses and withdrawal clauses -- (Im)precision and reservations -- Dispute resolution provisions -- Punishment provisions -- Monitoring provisions -- Asymmetric design rules, voting, and power -- Conclusion.
Summary "Every year, states negotiate, conclude, sign, and give effect to hundreds of new international agreements. In 2013, 500 separate agreements officially entered into force; an additional 248 agreements were modified. All told, a substantial body of international law was enacted or changed to adapt to the evolving needs of international cooperation. Adding these new pieces of international law to the body of already existing agreements, the total number of international agreements and agreement updates now in force approaches 200,000"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject Treaties.
ISBN 9781107124233