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Legitimation of Regimes International Frame Works for Analysis
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We present a theory that addresses the question of why autocracies with a regime legitimation which ties the destiny of the members of the ruling elite, namely the nobility or ideocratic elite, to the survival of the autocracy, namely (ruling) monarchies and communist ideocracies, are . International regimes have been a major focus of research in international relations for over a decade. Three schools of thought have shaped the discussion: realism, which treats power relations as its key variable; neoliberalism, which bases its analysis on constellations of interests; and cognitivism, which emphasizes knowledge dynamics, communication, and identities.
Understanding regime legitimation in hybrid regimes. Machiavelli emphasized the need for political legitimacy of a government because of the ‘impotence of pure power’ (in Zelditch , 36–37, 42–43).While scholars continue to disagree about the usefulness of the concept of legitimacy (Hyde ; Huntington , 46; Przeworski ), it has a strong (implicit and explicit) presence in. Since the mids the analysis of international regimes has become a major research programme within the discipline of International Relations. International regimes, according to the most widely accepted definition of the term, are sets of 'principles, norms, rules, and decision-making procedures around which actor expectations converge in a.
This chapter frames the examinations of legitimation in the volume. It identifies three reasons why legitimation of international organisations merits further analysis: the recognition of the importance of hierarchy in international order, the growing involvement of international organisations in the domestic affairs of states, and the emergence of legitimacy gaps as a result of rapid social. This book is designed to be a ‘Day 0' introduction to International Relations. As a beginner's guide, it has been structured to condense the most important information into the smallest space and present that information in the most accessible way. The chapters offer a broad sweep of the basic components of International Relations and the key contemporary issues that concern the .
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Legitimation of regimes: international framework for analysis. [Bogdan Denis Denitch;]. While legitimacy dynamics are paramount in global governance, they have been insufficiently recognized, conceptualized, and explained in standard accounts of international cooperation.
This special issue aims to advance the empirical study of legitimacy and legitimation in global governance. It engages with the question of when, how, and why international organizations Cited by: The Legitimation of a Revolution: The Yugoslav case (Yale University Press, ).
Society and Social Change in Eastern Europe (Cliff Notes, ). ISBN ; Legitimation of Regimes: International Frameworks for Analysis (Sage Publications, ). ISBN The analysis then shows how the expansive international legitimation strategy that once characterised Fidel’s charismatic tenure has given way to a merely defensive form of international Author: Bert Hoffmann.
The relevance of legitimation – a new framework for analysis. Christian von Haldenwang. Identity, procedures and performance: how authoritarian regimes legitimize their rule. Christian von Soest and Julia Grauvogel. What makes political authorities legitimate.
Students’ ideas about legitimacy in five European democracies and hybrid. Ram S. Jakhu, Yaw Otu M. Nyampong, in Space Safety Regulations and Standards, Analysis and assessment of the existing international regimes governing civil aviation.
The existing international regimes for safety regulation and the establishment of liability in relation to international civil aviation are fairly well established and advanced.
The Legitimacy and Legitimation of International Organizations: Introduction and Framework Jonas Tallberg & Michael Zürn Abstract: While legitimacy dynamics are paramount in global governance, they have been insufficiently recognized, conceptualized, and explained in standard accounts of international.
The legitimacy and legitimation of international organizations: introduction and framework respect for the multilateral trade regime. Finally, the legitimacy of IOs also speaks to fundamental normative concerns about ments, content analysis, and case studies, and make use of original data collected for.
Von Haldenwang, C. () The relevance of legitimation – a new framework for analysis, Contemporary Politics,Von Soest, C. and Grauvogel, J. () Comparting Legitimation Strategies in Post-Soviet Countries.
In: Martin Brusis ed. Politics and Legitimacy in Post-Soviet Eurasia, Palgrave Macmillan, pp Regime legitimation in Algeria after the Arab Spring: reclaiming ownership to “revolution” triggering international concerns about the Algerian regime’s grip of the security situation – the regime has largely succeeded in consolidating the image of Algeria as a bulwark of.
to totalitarian regimes as a basis for legitimation; this inclu des the regimes which remained totalitarian after (North Kor ea, Cuba, Laos etc.).
However, the litera. To analyze the discursive patterns of legitimation in the Paris climate regime, this paper draws upon Maarten Hajer's argumentative discourse analysis (Hajer, ). In Hajer's work, legitimation processes are socially constructed and can be analyzed through patterns in language and argumentative structures.
The applicability of the concept and the relevance of legitimation strategies for international institutions’ communication, behaviour, and institutional design is demonstrated by an empirical analysis of the G8’s and the IMF’s reaction to legitimation crises in the recent past of both institutions.
It seems that these kinds of regimes become vulnerable when popular pressures force the regime elite to modify the regime legitimation. To support this reasoning, Gill ( 12) argues that in the final years of the Soviet Union ‘the ideocratic regime’s legitimation [ ] became subject to popular calibration in a way it never had in the.
ABSTRACTThe legitimacy of political orders is an important reference point in political analysis, but the concept is difficult to operationalize and measure – particularly in those countries where legitimacy is critical, i.e.
cases of political transformation, non-democratic rule and high state fragility. To be successful, legitimation (the process by which legitimacy is procured) has to. Let me begin by recalling that the social scientist’s primary interest or purpose in the analysis of legitimacy is an explanatory one.
In the first instance this purpose is, through understanding the distinctive rules, the justificatory principles and beliefs, and the conventions about consent that underpin a given system of power, to explain the behaviour of people within it, and the kinds. Causes and Regime Consequences: Regimes as Intervening Variables', International Organization 36 ().
28 Hurrell, 'International Society and the Study of Regimes', in V. Rittberger and P. Mayer (eds.) Regime Theory and International Relations (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ). 29 Hurd, 'Legitimacy and Authority in International Politics', p.
“Regime Legitimation, Elite Cohesion and the Durability of Autocratic Regime Types.” International Political Science Review 38 (3): – Kern, Holger L. and Hainmueller, Jens. Research on international regimes in Germany: the adaptive internalization of an American social science concept / Volker Rittberger -- The analysis of international regimes: towards a European-American research programme / Robert O.
Keohane -- International society and the study of regimes: a reflective approach / Andrew Hurrell -- Contract and regimes: do issue specificity and variations. It implies that international regimes are “public goods” for the states in issue-areas. Hegemonic Stability Theory is the structural explanation on the changes (formation, decay and vanishment) of international regimes, thus can be regarded as a specific methodological analysis on international regimes.
Drawing on both systems theory and phenomenological sociology as well as Marxism, the author distinguishes four levels of capitalist crisis - economic, rationality, legitimation, and motivational crises. In his analysis, all the Frankfurt focus on cultural, personality, and authority structures finds its place, but in a systematic s: 9.The debate about international regimes re-introduces norms and institutions as a relevant subject of inquiry into the analysis of international relations.
It is domi nated by an approach that heavily draws on rational choice assumptions. The main stream theory of international regimes may be considered as an economic theory of international.