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By Thomas Risse-Kappen

What distinction do nonstate actors in diplomacy (such as Greenpeace, Amnesty foreign, IBM, or companies of scientists) make in global politics? How do cross-national hyperlinks have interaction with the realm of states? Who controls whom? This ebook solutions those questions by way of investigating the effect of nonstate actors on overseas coverage in different factor components and in areas around the globe. It argues that the influence of such nonstate actors relies on the institutional constitution of states in addition to foreign regimes and organisations.

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Coalition-building with societal actors is next to impossible and bound to fail given their organizational weakness. Aligning with governmental actors does not help, either, given the fragmented nature of the state. Even if transnational actors do achieve their goals in changing policies, the state is expected to be too weak to implement decisions. Thomas Princen looks at this proposition with regard to Kenya and the ivory ban, while Matthew Evangelista explores it concerning postSoviet Russia.

It is obvious that transnational coalitions which manage to influence great powers in a major international policy area have accomplished more than those who success28 Introduction fully affect the policies of a small state. This point is straightforward and reconcilable with the theoretical framework sketched out above. It could be argued, though, that foreign policy changes can be explained as state responses to the conditions and constraints of the international environment. If so, transnational actors become epiphenomenal.

International regimes and organizations would then provide channels into the national political systems which domestic structures might otherwise limit. But access does not guarantee influence. " Unfortunately, the interaction between international norms and institutions, on the one hand, and domestic politics, on the other, is not yet fully understood; work in this area has just begun. 56 Harald Muller has shown in an analysis of security regimes how international regime norms change the parameters of the domestic discourses in the respective issue-area.

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