13 April 2012
The IAEA: Balancing Influence and Enforcement?
Dr Trevor Findlay of CIGI discusses the capabilties and shortcomings of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). As part of our discussion of the future of transnational institutions and organizations, this case study of the IAEA profiles an institution which combines regulatory powers with the powers of example and persuasion.
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International Relations and Security Network (ISN), Zurich, Switzerland
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