Is Distributive Justice a Necessary Condition for a High Level of Regime Robustness?

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URI: http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:bsz:21-opus-2602
http://hdl.handle.net/10900/47221
Dokumentart: ResearchPaper
Date: 2000
Source: Tübinger Arbeitspapiere zur Internationalen Politik und Friedensforschung ; 36
Language: English
Faculty: 6 Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaftliche Fakultät
Department: Sonstige - Sozial- und Verhaltenswissenschaften
DDC Classifikation: 320 - Political science
Keywords: Internationale Politik , Nonproliferation
Other Keywords: Internationale Politik , Gerechtigkeit , Verteilungsgerechtigkeit , Gerechtigkeit , Nonproliferation
Nonproliferation , international regime , international relations , justice
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Abstract:

The paper looked at the hypothesis that only regimes that secure a fair distribution of the benefits and burdens of cooperation amongst their memebers prove highly resilient when confronted with exogenous challenges to their existence and effectiveness. The bulk of the article is to concern with clarifying the methodological issues that are involved in empirically testing such a hypothesis. The article concludes with a brief examination of a particular regime, the nuclear non-proliferation regime as a plausible potential falsifier of the justice hypothesis.

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