RSSIssue 25.1

Briefly Noted

| April 2011
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This section contains a round-up of recent notable books in the field of international affairs.

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A Response to “Precommitment Regimes for Intervention”

| April 2011
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Buchanan and Keohane argue that institutional reform is required to reverse the inertia that has too often constituted the international response to intra-state crises. Their proposal, however, does not constitute a viable solution to the problem they so convincingly identify.

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Globalizing Responsibility for Climate Change

| April 2011
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In distributing the costs associated with climate change, most scholars have focused exclusively upon mitigation burdens. Few consider the distribution of adaptation costs, which concern projects that seek to minimize harm from human-induced climate change.

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