Policy Press

International Organizations Amidst Global Crises

Analyzing Role Selection and Impact through Role Theory

Edited by Diana Panke and Gordon Friedrichs

Published

Oct 23, 2024

Page count

272 pages

ISBN

978-1529242966

Dimensions

234 x 156 mm

Imprint

Bristol University Press

Published

Oct 23, 2024

Page count

272 pages

ISBN

978-1529242973

Dimensions

234 x 156 mm

Imprint

Bristol University Press
International Organizations Amidst Global Crises

1. Bridging the Gap between Role Theory and Comparative International Organization Research – Diana Panke and Gordon M. Friedrichs

Part 1: Challenges to the Liberal International Order

2. Complex Role Enactment amidst Global Value Contestation: The European Union and the Crisis of the European Security Order – Rikard Bengtsson

3. The Roles of the SCO during Global Crises: Preferences of Illiberal Powers and Functioning of an Authoritarian International Organization – Sebastian Harnisch and Asaf Alibegovich

4. A Liberal International Organization with an Illiberal Core? Eurasian Economic Union and International Crises in Eurasia – Alexander Libman

Part 2: Global Health Crises

5. OAU/AU Roles in Two Global Health Crises – John Clark

6. Community Norms and Crisis: Changing Roles of Regional Organizations during the Covid19 Pandemic – Laura Von Allwörden and Maria Debre

7. Role Conflicts, the Principal-Agent Problem and the Future of the World Health Organization – Jeremy Youde

Part 3: Climate Crises and (Un-)Related Migration

8. The UN Climate Secretariat’s Dual Crises – Amy Below

9. The Roles of International and Regional Organizations during the South American Migration Crisis – Leslie Wehner

10. From “Glorified Travel Agency” to “The UN Migration Agency”: IOMs Changing Policy Roles in Times of Crisis – Stefan Rother

Part 4: Conclusions

11. International Organizations’ Roles in the Wake of Global Crises: Patterns, Drivers, and Effects – Diana Panke and Gordon M. Friedrichs