This chapter summarizes the main findings of the preceding chapters: the IGO network provides a conduit for the diffusion of norms and practices among states; this diffusion process is relatively insensitive to the mandate of the IGOs involved; and IGO-based diffusion is not restricted only to the transmission of improved human rights practices. It also discusses the implications of these findings for IR theory.
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