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How can the World Trade Organisation (WTO) control international states
without one central world government? Is the WTO just a club for the extremely rich and powerful? The Open University’s Dr William Brown leads discussions around the themes of co-operation, interaction and interdependencies. Dr. Jef Huysmans and Dr. Simon Bromley delve into the political differences between the realist and liberal models used to control large non-governmental organisations.

By: The OpenLearn team (The Open University,)

  • Duration 35 mins
  • Updated Friday 28th May 2010
  • Introductory level
  • Posted under Sociology
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Track 1: Cooperation, anarchy and interdependence

A short introduction to the album.


© The Open University 2010


Tracks in this podcast:

Track   Title Description
1 Cooperation, anarchy and interdependence    A short introduction to the album. Play now Cooperation, anarchy and interdependence
2 The World Trade Organisation    Jef Huysmans and Simon Bromley discuss the WTO (World Trade Organisation). Play now The World Trade Organisation
3 The realist model    Jef Huysmans outlines the buidling blocks of the realist argument of international order. Play now The realist model
4 The Liberal model    Simon Bromley explains the elements of the Liberal model. Play now The Liberal model
5 The North American Free Trade Agreement    A discussion about the The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Play now The North American Free Trade Agreement

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