Fully revised and reorganized by Anna Getmansky and Alejandro Quiroz Flores to fit the exciting new edition of Bruce Bueno de Mesquita's Principles of International Politics, this accompanying workbook continues to feature class-tested, user-friendly exercises that walk students through the building blocks of the strategic method, ensuring that even novice students have the opportunity to develop and hone their problem-solving skills and can successfully apply what they have learned in the text. The fifth edition of Applying the Strategic Perspective: Problems and Models, Workbook introduces students to a wide range of problems so that they master basic principles as well as test their capabilities with more challenging material. Easy for students to use, and with perforated pages for turning in assignments, the workbook also comes ...
Chapter 7: How International Organizations Work, or Don't Work
How International Organizations Work, or Don't Work
Exercise 7-1. When is Cooperation Easy—The Case of International Aviation
It is easier to achieve cooperation in some areas of international relations than others. Principles mentions the common language used in air traffic control as an example of an area in which an agreement was relatively easy to achieve, and that enjoys a relatively high degree of compliance. A similar and related example is the standard for marking international commercial aircraft. An initial agreement about aircraft registration was reached early in the twentieth century, and the standard currently used around the world was formulated in 1944 in the Convention on International Civil Aviation. According to Annex 7 of the Convention, member states should ...