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| September 30, 2015

The Power of Social Movements: Transnational Actors and International Politics View Full Description and attachments

The readings on the abolition of the Atlantic Slave trade and the adoption of the Ottowa Treaty, as the Anti-Personnel Mine Ban Convention is known, offer a variety of arguments about the condition under which (transnational) social movements and advocacy networks have been successful in shaping international politics. How can the “lessons learned” from these cases help us understand the failure of similar transnational coalitions to bring about a global climate change treaty?

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