We have a Concept Paper to do: This short concept paper is a means of grappling with one of the core issues of international organization. The concept paper must answer the question, have a beginning, middle and end, as well as a reference list at the end of the paper. Compulsory Concept Paper Question is: Are International Organisations actors or structures in International Relations? Required Readings Govt 6116 Week by week readings Wk2 Required Readings: Hawkins, D., Lake, D., Nielson, D., and Tierney, M., 2006, Delegation and Agency in International Organizations, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press: 1-40. Barnett, M., and Finnemore, M., 1999, “The Politics, Power and Pathologies of IOs,” International Organization 53 (4): 699-732. Wk 3 Tardy, Thierry, 2007, “The UN and the Use of Force: A Marriage Against Nature,” Security Dialogue 38 (1): 49-70. Karns, M., 2012, “The Roots of UN Post-Conflict Peacebuilding: A Case Study of Autonomy Agency,” in J. Ostereich (ed), International Organizations as Self-Directed Actors, Oxon, Routledge: 60-88. Hurd, I., 2005. “The Strategic Use of Liberal Internationalism: Libya and the UN Sanctions 1992-2003” International Organization 59: 495-526 Lipson, M., 2007, “Organized Hypocrisy? Peacekeeping in the United Nations,” European Journal of International Relations 13 (1): 5-34. Wk 4 Beach, Hugh, 2008, “Is there a Future for Arms Control?” International Relations 22: 363-368. Bobb, Clifford, 2010, “Packing Heat: Pro-Gun Groups and the Governance of Small Arms,” in Deborah Avant, Martha Finnemore and Susan Sell (eds) Who Governs the Globe? Cambridge, Cambridge University Press: 183-202. Tuchman Matthews, J., 2004, “Weapons of Mass Destruction and the United Nations.” Global Governance 10: 265-271. Weiss, T and R. Thakur, 2010, “Arms Control and Disarmament,” in Thomas Weiss and Ramesh Thakur, Global Governance and the UN, Indiana University Press: Bloomington and Indianapolis: 90-127. Wk5 Chesterman, S., 2002 “Legality Versus Legitimacy: Humanitarian Intervention, the Security Council, and the Rule of Law” Security Dialogue 33(3): 293–307. Devereux, Annemarie, 2009, “Selective Universality? Human Rights Accountability of the UN in Post-Conflict Operations,” in Brett Bowden, Hilary Charlesworth and Jeremy Farrall (eds), The Role of International Law in Rebuilding Societies after Conflict, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press: 218-244. Erskine, Toni, 2004, "Blood on the UN's Hands"? Assigning Responsibilities to an Intergovernmental Organization', Global Society, 18: 21-42. Oesterich, Joel, 2009, “The Ethical Responsibilities of International Organisations,” in Power and Principle: Human Rights Programming in International Organizations, Washington D.C: Georgetown University Press: 183-211. WK 6 Smith, F. 2009. 'WHO Governs? Limited Global Governance by the World Health Organization during the SARS Outbreak', Social Alternatives 28, no. 2, pp. 9-12. Kamradt-Scott, A. 2010. ‘The WHO Secretariat, norm entrepreneurship & global communicable disease control’. Journal of International Organization Studies. 1(1): 72-89. Benatar, Solomon R. Abdallah S. Daar & Peter A. Singer 2003 “Global health ethics: the rationale for caring” International Affairs (January 2003). Camilleri, Joseph and Richard Falk, 2009, “Governance, Pathogens and Human Health,” in Camilleri and Falk (eds) Worlds in Transition: Evolving governance Across a Stressed Planet, Cheltenham, U.K., Edward Elgar: 377-444. Wk 7 Narlikar, A., and P. Van Houten, 2010, “Know the Enemy: Uncertainty and Deadlock in the WTO,” in A. Narlikar (ed) Deadlocks in Multilateral Negotiations, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press: 142-163. Schwab, S., 2011, “After Doha: Why the Negotiations Are Doomed and What We Should Do About It,” Foreign Affairs, May / June 2011: 104-117. Gruber, L., 2000, Ruling the World: Power Politics and the Rise of Supranational Institutions, Princeton, Princeton University Press. Goldstein, J., and R. Steinberg, 2008, “Negotiate or Litigate? Effects of WTO Judicial Delegation on US Trade Politics,” Law and Contemporary Problems 71: 257-282 Wk 8 Woods, N., 2006, “Understanding Pathways Through Financial Crises and the Impact of the IMF: An Introduction,” Global Governance 12: 373-93. Germain, Randall, 2010, Global Politics and Financial Governance, Palgrave Macmillan, Houndsmill Basingstoke, Hampshire 120-148. Broome, Andre, The Currency of Power: The IMF and Monetary Reform in Central Asia, Palgrave Macmillan, Houndsmill Basingstoke, Hampshire: 17-43. Porter, T., 2005, “The Democratic Deficit in the Institutional Arrangements for Regulating Global Finance” in The Global Governance Reader, edited by Rorden Wilkinson, Routledge, London and New York: 239-51. Wk 9 Solingen, E., 2008, “The Genesis, Design and Effects of Regional Institutions: Lessons from East Asia and the Middle East,” International Studies Quarterly 52: 261-94. Ravenhill, John, 2009, “East Asian Regionalism: Much Ago about Nothing?” Review of International Studies 35: 215-237. Mansfield, E., and H. Milner, 2006, “The New Wave of Regionalism” in F. Kratochwil and E. Mansfield, International Organization and Global Governance, second edition, Pearson and Longman, New York: 326-54 Hurrell, A., 1995, “Explaining the resurgence of regionalism in world politics” Review of International Studies 21(4): 331-358. Wk 10/11 Death, Carl, 2010 “ Governing Sustainable Development; Partnerships, protests and power at the World Summit” Chp 4 “Negotiating sustainable development”, Routelege, Abingdon & New York, pp 60-89. Volger, John.2007 “The international politics of sustainable development” Chapter 26 in Atkinson, Giles.Dietz, Simon and Neumayer,Eric Eds. “Handbook of Sustainable Development” Edward Elgar Publishers, Cheltenham UK and Northhampton, MA, USA. pp 430-446 Clapp. Jennifer,2000 “The Distancing of Waste: Overconsumption in a Global Economy”, in Porter, Gareth. Brown, Janet W. and Chasek, Pamela S. 2000. Global Environmental Politics, Westview Press, Boulder Co. Chp7, pp 156-176 Meadowcroft, James, 2009, “What about the Politics? Sustainable Development, transition management, and long term energy transitions” Policy Sci, (2009) 42:323-340. Halle, Mark, 2012, “Life After Rio: A Commentary,” Institute for International Sustainable Development, Accessed: July 3 2012. Cited: http://www.iisd.org/pdf/2012/com_life_after_rio.pdf Haas, Peter M. 2002. “UN Conferences and Constructivist Governance of the Environment” Global Governance 8: 73-91. Wk 12 Abott, K. and D. Snidal, 2010, “International regulation without international government: Improving IO performance through orchestration,” Review of International Organization 5: 315-44. Rosenau, J. and Czempiel, E., 1992, Governance without Government: Order and Change in World Politics, Cambridge, New York: Cambridge University Press: 1-30.