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Strategic Treaty Management: Practice and Implications


ISBN13: 9781107089723
Published: April 2015
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £82.00



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While little recognized in international law scholarship, multilateral treaties in diverse fields have begun to apply strategic management techniques to make them more effective and responsive. This examination of those practices and their interplay with associated international organizations considers the application of strategic management across treaties' planning, financing, implementation, and evaluation activities.

The study leads to a new appreciation of the intricacies of multilateral treaty activities and a better understanding of their operations within complex webs of networked international institutions. In considering different approaches to steering treaties through this dispersed global governance landscape, Thomas F. McInerney draws on current strategic management literature to explore the utility of nonlinear, emergent models of strategy and gain insights from strategy as practice research.

While recognizing strategic management's potential value in facilitating more flexible applications of multilateral agreements, he also emphasizes the need to maintain their normativity as international legal obligations.

Subjects:
Public International Law
Contents:
1. Introduction
2. Strategies for advancing multilateral treaties
3. Strategic approaches to national implementation
4. Financing multilateral treaties
5. Synergies and partnerships
6. Science, technology, and data
7. Performance management
8. Conclusion
Annex A. Table of treaty strategies
Annex B. Interviews conducted.