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Scorecard diplomacy : grading states to influence their reputation and behavior / Judith G. Kelley,...

Auteur principal:
Kelley, Judith Green, Auteur
Édition :
Cambridge, United Kingdom, New York, NY, USA : Cambridge University Press : 2017
Description :
1 vol. (XXI, 355 p.) ; 24 cm
ISBN :
978-1-107-19997-2; rel. Sudoc
1-107-19997-2
978-1-316-64913-8; br.
1-316-64913-X
Langue :
anglais
Sujets :
Diplomacy
Diplomacy -- Moral and ethical aspects
International relations
Social justice -- International cooperation
Human trafficking -- Government policy
Relations internationales
Diplomatie -- éthique
United States -- Foreign relations
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Machine generated contents note: Part I. Theory and Production: 1. Introduction; 2. Scorecard diplomacy and reputation; 3. The case of human trafficking; 4. How third parties boost reputational concerns; Part II. Effects: 5. Micro-level evidence of reputational concerns; 6. From reputational concerns to effects on laws, practices and norms; 7. When does it work; 8. Country perspectives; Conclusion. Reputation and policy; Methods appendix; Results appendix
Item type Current location Call number Status Date due Barcode Item holds
Prêt ouvrages Bibliothèque de Sciences Po Lyon
Niveau 1
327.2 KEL (Browse shelf) Available 0400126823
Total holds: 0

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Machine generated contents note: Part I. Theory and Production: 1. Introduction; 2. Scorecard diplomacy and reputation; 3. The case of human trafficking; 4. How third parties boost reputational concerns; Part II. Effects: 5. Micro-level evidence of reputational concerns; 6. From reputational concerns to effects on laws, practices and norms; 7. When does it work; 8. Country perspectives; Conclusion. Reputation and policy; Methods appendix; Results appendix

"What can the international community do when countries would rather ignore a thorny problem? Scorecard Diplomacy shows that, despite lacking traditional force, public grades are potent symbols that can evoke countries' concerns about their reputations and motivate them to address the problem. The book develops an unconventional but careful argument about the growing phenomenon of such ratings and rankings. It supports this by examining the United States' foreign policy on human trafficking using a global survey of NGOs, case studies, thousands of diplomatic cables, media stories, 90 interviews worldwide, and other documents. All of this is gathered together in a format that walks the reader through the mechanisms of scorecard diplomacy, including an assessment of the outcomes. Scorecard Diplomacy speaks both to those keen to understand the pros and cons of US policy on human trafficking and to those interested in the central question of influence in international relations"--