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Can you name the UN and IR Theory: WK3?

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Realism states that the UN is merely an instrument of ... ...
There is little, if any, room for the the idea of a ...-... organisation
National interest is also about ... ...
Especially for ... powers
UN can also be a vector of '... power'
System is both the source and arena of conflict, according to ....
This means that ... of that system is very important
What three aspects of the UN would defensive realism emphasise?
Chiefly because these processes reduce the ... ...
What is an example of the UN's capacity in this regard?
Offensive realism says states can ... their national interest through UN
Liberalism argues that the UN has ..., or '...-...'
Which three figures historically developed towards int'l organisation?
Modern liberalism sees IOs as '... ...'
The UN provides a kind of '...' within the system
Liberal institutionalism sees the UN as a '... for ...'
Rather than a market, it conceives of the system as a '...'
What approach sees areas dealt with by the UN that spill over?
It sees the UN as a binding ... of '... politics'
This is comparable to an event in what book?
Which IO best demonstrates functionalism?
What approach sees the UN as a vector for global norms?
What are the two 'motions' of norm transfers?
Which was much more common in the 50s/60s?
Now, ... diffusion is becoming more important
The UN has more means of addressing ...
In doing so, they bypass ... ...
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What mostly facilitates this?
What sees the UN as a system of global governance?
It contends that there exist truly ... norms
They say we are moving into a 'post-...' world
Global norms will be freed from traditional ... ...
But do we have to accept ... ... ?
The UN remains fundamentally ... in nature
It is possible to say that the UN .... state power
Which two academic fields' theories largely sideline the UN?
what made the UN a consequential player re security?
The UN could have ... roles
1: an ... of great powers doing their ...
2: a ... for interstate ...
3: a ... of international ... of states
4: a ... of the social world
5: a ... forum
We need to connect internal ... with external ...
1: The formal ... reveal that members are not ...
... states determine world political outcomes
UN just helps to ... laws and rules devised by strong states for their own ...
Realism draws attention to the huge underlying power ...
But why might UN goals ... from great powers?
Many '...' values promoted by UN are those of the ... ...
2: roots of this theory lie in ...
Specifically, ... ...
More recently and broadly known as ...
UN deals with transaction ..., incomplete ..., other '... failures'
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To increase trust, IOs are given ... capacity
What is an expression of this logic?
Also useful to employ a ...-... analysis
In both realist and rationalist accounts, state interests are ...
3: World as 'int'l ...' held together by shared ... and ...
UN as a ... of the principles embodied in the Charter
Role not only to ... the society of states but ... the values
... and ... are powerful tools, rather than just narrow ...-...
But tells us little about how, why, under what ... states will be ... by UN
4: central UN role of ... norms
Its ability to ... or ... new actors (con-con)
Without ... action by UN and IOs, world would be very ...
How the UN might help ... actors
5: Int'l political orders cannot survive through ... alone
They require a mechanism of ...
Can help generate ... though not ... the playing field
Also idea of UN legitimising global ... order
There is resistance to this ideological ...
Such as ... ... outside World Bank etc
or more famously, demand for a New ... ... ...
Key aim of LoN, and continued in UN was more ... negotiating environment
Major asset: diplomats are ... ... in the same place
Realism sees UN politics as struggle for ...
Broad co-operation across different areas has led to theory of ...
Demands attention to issues that cannot be resolved on a ... basis
The UN evokes a degree of general support as high as ..% or more
Reporting on the UN tends to focus on ...

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