GOVT E-1750 Take-Home Essay Questions

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GOVT E-1750 Take-Home Essay Questions
A3There are several straw men in A.U. Thority’s claims, each of which needs to be exposed before attempting a more substantive discussion of multilateralism—defined precisely as the “lingering preoccupation with international institutions” that so horrifies A.U. Thority.
To his imagined opponents, A.U. Thority ascribes at least two straw men positions: that “anything of consequence in the world” must be routed through institutions of international cooperation, and that this cooperation must be “round-the-clock.” To take issue with these straw men is not pedantry for, if one accepts them, they paint a picture of multilateralism that not even the heartiest supporter of multilateralism would accept. Thus...
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