International Negotiation 11: 499–514, 2006. © 2006 Koninklijke Brill NV. Printed in the Netherlands . 499 * J.P. Singh is assistant professor in the Communications, Culture and Technology Program at Georgetown University. He is the author of Leapfrogging Development? The Political Economy of Telecommunications Restructuring (SUNY 1999) and co-editor with James N. Rosenau of Information Technologies and Global Politics: The Changing Scope of Power and Governance (SUNY 2002). His current book project is titled “Negotiating the Global Information Economy.” He is the Editor-in-Chief for Review of Policy Research . Coalitions, Developing Countries, and International Trade: Research Findings and Prospects J.P. SINGH* Communications, Culture and Technology Program: Georgetown University, 3520 Prospect Street, NW, Suite 311, Washington, DC 20057 USA (E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) Abstract. Developing countries increasingly invest in coalition building to effect gains in inter- national trade negotiations. This essay reviews recent literature on coalitions to assess its con- tribution to our understanding of the causes, types, and effectiveness of developing country coalitions. In particular, the global diffusion of power is discussed as an important dynamic affecting coalitions in trade negotiations. Our understanding of how these coalitions operate would be strengthened by paying attention to the derivation of state interests,
International Negotiation – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2006
Keywords: COALITION TYPES; COALITION EFFECTIVENESS; DIFFUSION OF POWER; DEVELOPING COUNTRIES; INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCES
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