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Introduction 1 ROSEMARY FOOT, S. NEIL MACFARLANE, AND MICHAEL MASTANDUNO I PERSPECTIVES ON THE US AND MULTILATERAL INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 1. American Exceptionalism and International Organization: Lessons from the 1990s 25 EDWARD C. LUCK 2. State Power and the Institutional Bargain: America's Ambivalent Economic and Security Multilateralism 49 G. OHN IKENBERRY II THE US AND GLOBAL ORGANIZATIONS 3. US-UN Relations in the UN Security Council in the Post-Cold War Era 73 DAVID M. MALONE 4. The United States and the International Financial Institutions: Power and Influence Within the World Bank and the IMF 92 NGAIRE WOODS 5. The United States and the GATT/WTO System 115 GAUTAM SEN 6. Looking Beyond the 'K-Word': Embedded Multilateralism in American Foreign Environmental Policy 139 STEPHEN HOPGOOD III THE US AND REGIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 7. Making Africa Safe for Capitalism: US Policy and Multilateralism in Africa 167 PHILIP NEL 8. US Approaches to Multilateral Security and Economic Organizations in the Asia-Pacific 193 RALPH A. COSSA 9. Trouble in Pax Atlantica? The United States, Europe, and the Future of Multilateralism 215 DAVID G. HAGLUND 10. Power Multiplied or Power Restrained? The United States and Multilateral Institutions in the Americas 239 HAL KLEPAK Conclusion: Instrumental Multilateralism in US Foreign Policy 265 ROSEMARY FOOT, S. NEIL MACFARLANE, AND MICHAEL MASTANDUNOLibrary of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: United States Foreign relations 1989-International agencies, International organization