Can the Liberal Order be Sustained? Nations, Network Effects, and the Erosion of Global Institutions

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A growing retreat from multilateralism is threatening to upend the institutions that underpin the liberal international order. Bryan H. Druzin applies network theory to this crisis in global governance, arguing that policymakers can strengthen these institutions by leveraging network effect pressures.

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