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ILLUSTRATIONS FIGURES 1.1. International Security Institutions in High-Table Diplomacy 8 1.2. Formality versus Informality 20 1.3. Traditional versus Nontraditional Security 22 2.1. International Security Issues at the UN General Assembly Opening Session, 2009–14, Trend 49 C.1. Formality versus Informality Proposition Outcomes 204 C.2. Traditional versus Nontraditional Security Proposition Outcomes 205 TABLES 1.1. Institutional Logics of High-Table Diplomacy in International Security 15 1.2. Political Entities Seated at High Tables, Informal and Formal 16 2.1. Great and Middle Powers 35 2.2. International Security Issues at the UN General Assembly Opening Session, 2009–14, Breakdown by G20 Members and Policy Areas 47 2.3. High-Table Diplomacy: Platforms and (Ideal) Division of Labor 65 3.1. Major Permanent Seat Contenders and Elected Terms in the UNSC 97 4.1. Institutional Arrangements in the Field of Counterterrorism, 1989–2004 123 This page intentionally left blank ...


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Subject Headings

  • Summit meetings.
  • Diplomacy.
  • International relations.
  • Security, International.
  • Conflict management -- International cooperation.
  • Terrorism -- Prevention -- International cooperation.
  • Climate change mitigation -- International cooperation.
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