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Among scholars, this question of when and why international laws work has triggered a lively debate that ILAR strives to help settle with better theories and evidence. For policymakers, ILAR helps craft more effective treaties to solve global problems, such as human rights to clearing barriers to international trade of goods and services.

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Read the paper "Catch me if you care: International development organizations and national corruption" in the Review of International Organizations

Book cover for "Making Human Rights a Reality"

This award-winning book looks at the emergence of a massive body of legal norms and procedures aimed at protecting human rights

Emilie Hafner-Burton

Emilie Hafner-Burton receives the 44th Chancellor’s Associates Faculty Excellence Award