Table of contents for World trade politics : power, principles and leadership / David A. Deese.

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Chapter one	Principles, Power, and Leadership
Why study international political leadership and
 the global trade regime						 1-18 
Chapter two	What is Political Leadership in International
 Relations? How can it be studied in institutionalized
 Negotiations?	 			 			 19-64
Chapter three The Founding: World War II to the Turbulent 1970s
Early GATT rounds and the ITO collapse
		Contrasting the Dillon and Kennedy rounds
		The Tokyo Round launch ¿ 1973			 	 65-130
Chapter four	GATT, 1975 ¿ 1995: From Endangered Species to 
 Unprecedented Authority
The glass is one half empty: Non-GATT governed
 trade policy and protection of 1970s-1980s 
		Closing the Tokyo Round
		More than anyone expected, a new WTO	 		 131-217
Chapter five	Foundations for the Future: Can the WTO Become Relevant
 to Development and its Least Developed Members?
The ¿tear gas¿ ministerial: Why Seattle failed in 1999 
Doha, 2001, and the new ¿Development Round¿	 		
The Meaning of collapse at Cancun, Mexico, 2003 		 218-267
Chapter six 	Why International Institutions Fail and Succeed 
Insights for WTO reform
How, when, and why international institutions work best							 				 	 268-306

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

International relations.
International trade.
International economic relations.
Political leadership.
World Trade Organization.
General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (Organization).