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Power and Responsibility: Building International Order in an Era of Transnational Threats
State Library of NSW. The University of Melbourne. The University of Queensland. The global commons includes the shared domains that enable the world-wide movement and exchange of persons, goods, technology, information and ideas. It is found in the air we breathe, the skies we fly through, the waters we sail through, the distant space we aspire to, the communications we exchange, and the human values we hold dear. Under American leadership, international law has served to articulate, legitimize, and protect the global commons.
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For example, Washington has used its economic primacy to facilitate trade and lower barriers via the World Trade Organization regime. The U. Washington has encouraged adherence to the Outer Space Treaty, which provides that space is not subject to sovereignty claims by any means, such as use or occupation.
America has also relied on instruments like the Refugee Convention and Convention Against Torture to protect shared ideals developed from the collective trauma of world war. More recently, the United States assisted in the realization of the Paris Agreement , under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, the primary mechanism for responding to this common environmental threat.
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In turn, international rules and regimes protecting the global commons have also strengthened U. High seas freedoms—including the freedoms of navigation and overflight —enable the U. Our reputation as a land welcoming of immigrants and refugees—embedded in the stone of Ellis Island—has furthered the dynamism of our economy.
It is true that the United States has, at times, deviated from international law and institutions.
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However, even in instances of divergence , Washington has recognized and measured its behavior against these regimes thus implicitly reinforcing them. Moreover, criticizing the international rules-based order as being ineffective is misplaced and ignores compelling evidence to the contrary. The work advances recent thinking about "the responsibility to protect," the notion that state sovereignty comes with certain obligations, and about older notions of "cooperative security," the idea that states need to work together to advance their security goals.
What is most innovative is the book's institutional agenda, which comes out of extensive consultations with officials and experts worldwide.
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