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What does "International Regimes" mean?

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When we use the term "regime" in regular life, we tend to use it to refer to a particular government.  We talk about the need to bring about "regime change" in Iraq, for example.  In international relations, however, the term has a different meaning.  An international regime is not an international government.  Instead, it is a set of rules or expectations that has...

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