Title:Parliamentarians in government delegations : an old question still not answered Author(s):ONDERCO, MichalDate:2018Citation:
- Cooperation and conflict, 2018, Vol. 53, No. 3, pp. 411-428
Type:ArticleAbstract:Why do governments include parliamentarians in the delegations to international negotiations? Conduct of the diplomatic negotiations is among the most tightly controlled prerogatives of the executive, and executives have ...
Title:With a little help from the people? : the role of public opinion in advocacy success Author(s):RASMUSSEN, Anne; MADER, Lars Kai; REHER, StefanieDate:2018Citation:
- Comparative political studies, 2018, Vol. 51, No. 2, pp. 139-164
Type:ArticleAbstract:Recent years have witnessed an increased interest in research on advocacy success, but limited attention has been paid to the role of public opinion. We examine how support from the public affects advocacy success, relying ...
Title:Critical mass agreements : the proven template for trade liberalization in the WTO Author(s):WINSLETT, GaryDate:2018Citation:
- World trade review, 2018, Vol. 17, No. 3, pp. 405-426
Type:ArticleAbstract:The expansion of the Information Technology Agreement (ITA) in 2015 was the most successful attempt at trade liberalization under the auspices of the WTO since its inception in 1995. Its success makes it a template for ...