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Milner. 1997. Interests, institutions, and information. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
International cooperation is the continuation of domestic politics by other means. Just as domestic politics is distributional, international agreements are made with an eye on domestic distributional consequences. It's about equity (selecting a point along the Pareto frontier). Compare with Martin (2000).
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Milner, Helen (author) • Political Science • International Relations • Preferences • Information • Democracy • Presidentialism • Parliamentarism • Credible Commitment • Domestic Politics and International Relations