This text addresses two main questions: how can we explain the fact that governments take different positions on common problems?; and why do some states push for international regulation whilst others hold back? It also explores the variance in implementation and compliance with international agreements. The book reports findings and observations from a major study focusing on the efforts to establish international regulations to cope with the problem known as "acid rain". It offers in-depth case studies of ten European countries as well as a comparative analysis searching for patterns and conclusions.
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