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Internationale Regime und internationale Politik

  • Manfred Efinger
  • Volker Rittberger
  • Klaus Dieter Wolf
  • Michael Zürn
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Part of the Politische Vierteljahresschrift Sonderheft book series (PVS, volume 21/1990)

Zusammenfassung

Die Analyse der Ursachen und Bedingungen internationaler Kooperation und Konfliktregulierung hat in der Disziplin der Internationalen Beziehungen durch das Regimekonzept neue Impulse erhalten. In diesem Beitrag sollen die zentralen Fragestellungen der Regimeanalyse unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Fruchtbarkeit dieses Konzepts für die Friedens- und Konfliktforschung dargestellt werden. Ausgehend von einer präzisierten Definition des Begriffs „internationales Regime“ wird die Entwicklung der Regimeanalyse in den Internationalen Beziehungen kurz erläutert. Daran schließt sich ein Überblick über die bisherigen Versuche der Theoriebildung und -Überprüfung in diesem Forschungsgebiet an.

Abstract

The concept of international regimes has provided scholars of international relations with a fruitful focus for the study of the causes and effects of international cooperation and conflict regulation. The authors address the main features of research interests this approach has served to advance, taking particular account of its utilization in the context of peace and conflict research. Based on an elaborated definition of the term „international regime“ in political science the article gives an account of the short history of regime analysis in international relations. It offers a critical survey of, among others, the theory-building and theory-testing efforts that have been undertaken in this field of research.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Manfred Efinger
  • Volker Rittberger
  • Klaus Dieter Wolf
  • Michael Zürn

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