Compliance Theories Choosing to Comply: Theorizing from International Relations and Comparative Politics
This chapter discusses the meaning of compliance and the factors affecting state decisions to comply with international norms. It questions whether differences should be expected between compliance with legally binding and non-binding norms. An alternative approach to the same issue is also presented.
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