ABSTRACT. According to Ollapally, in South Asia geopolitics has to be seen as influencing and creating deeper social and political structures and orientations within states. By world order, Volgy et al. are referring to patterns of relationships over time that are structured by mechanisms and actors to make socio-political interactions across state boundaries predictable and manageable. Slaughter says that government networks strengthen compliance with international rules and norms, both through vertical enforcement and information networks and by building governance capacity in countries that have the will but not the means to comply. (pp. 134–138)

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