Internationalization of Palace Wars Lawyers, Economists, and the Contest to Transform Latin American States
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Description: The Internationalization of Palace Wars offers concrete information about the transnational processes that shape our world. It shows how the content of exported ideals is shaped by domestic struggles for power and influence.
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Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Publication date: 4/1/2002
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
|Terminology and Abbreviations|
|Imperial and Professional Strategies within the Field of State Power|
|Retooling Statesmen to Restructure the State: From Heritiers of European Legal Culture to the Technopols Made in the USA|
|The Internationalization of Palace Wars|
|Hegemony Challenged: Making Friends, the Cold War Roots of a Reformist Strategy|
|The Archeology of the New Universals: The Cold War Construction of Human Rights and Its Later Avatars|
|The Chicago Boys as Outsiders: Constructing and Exporting Counterrevolution|
|Fostering Pluralism and Reformism|
|The Paradox of Symbolic Imperialism: The Southern Cone as an Explosive Laboratory of Modernity|
|Competing Universals: The Parallel Construction of Neoliberalism in the North and the South|
|The Reformist Establishment out of Power: Investing in Human Rights as an Alternative Political Strategy|
|From Confrontation to Concertacion: The National Production and International Recognition of the New Universals|
|Reshaping Global Institutions and Exporting Law|
|Fragmented Governance: A Washington Agenda for Reshaping Global Institutions and National Expertises|
|Top-Down Participatory Development: Putting a Human Face on Market Hegemony and Trying to Stem the Social Violence of Globalization|
|Lawyer Compradors as Opportunistic Institution Builders|
|Reformist Strategies around the Courts|
|The Logic of Half-Failed Transplants|