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1. Introduction: three perspectives on international regimes 2. Conceptual issues: defining international regimes 3. Interest-based theories: political market failure, situation and problem structures, and institutional bargaining 4. Power-based theories: hegemony, distributional conflict, and relative gains 5. Knowledge-based theories: ideas, arguments, and social identities 6. Conclusion: prospects for synthesis.