Canada and Australia championed a negotiation process that led to international treaties to respectively
ban landmines and regulate the arms trade. Yet they have also sought to block progress
on another treaty, on cluster munitions. These parallel yet distinct negotiating tracks suggest the
question, when do states actively engage in treaty-making?
To address this, this paper analyzes ten turning points across three phases in each of three
multilateral negotiation cycles to compare and...[Show more]
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