Deadlocks in multilateral negotiations : causes and by Amrita Narlikar

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''Deadlocks are a function of lifestyle, in addition to excessive politics. This quantity makes a speciality of the concept that, motives, and outcomes of deadlocks in multilateral settings, and analyses the categories of innovations which may be used to wreck them. It commences with a definition of impasse, hypothesizes approximately its incidence, and proposes options. every one bankruptcy then makes an unique contribution to the difficulty of impasse - Read more...

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The process is impersonal, in the sense that there does not need to be personal contact between buyers and sellers at many points of the production chain, and the final consumer in particular can be completely oblivious about the chain of agreements and bargains which have led to the product that is consumed being available in the first place, and does not need to have any knowledge of the various stages of its production in order to enjoy it. This modern world of the global market, which has seen the decline of self-sufficient agricultural communities all over the world, appears very often as a world without politics, or at least a world that would be better off without politics, and which has no need of politics.

The necessity of politics This irredeemable political character of international relations introduces a second perspective into the debate, one which rejects the liberal emphasis on the individual as the starting point for thinking about problems of politics and problems of political economy, however important markets have become in the modern world as the primary means of coordinating economic activity. This second perspective believes that the human condition has an inescapable political dimension.

26 Such a structure encourages deadlocks to emerge quite regularly. There is no authority within the EU which can effectively override them. They have to be patiently worked through. The same is true at the international level. Several decades of multilateral negotiation have not been without effect. There is now an embryonic global polity of a kind which never existed in the nineteenth century. But it continues to be threatened by both first-order deadlocks over the basic rules of the world order, and how they should be changed to accommodate the interests of rising economic powers, particularly in times of crisis, as at present.

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