Part I of this Review sets forth Guzman's general theory of international law with specific consideration of the way reputation influences state behavior. Part II then tests Guzman's overarching thesis by applying it to human rights treaties and concludes that explaining states' entry into human rights treaties requires a broader conception of reputation than Rational Choice allows.
Alex Geisinger & Michael A. Stein,
Rational Choice, Reputation, and Human Rights Treaties,
Mich. L. Rev.
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