Buchanan is well-aware, however, of the risks that would result from allowing states to have direct resort to the PSDN (Buchanan 2006:16-18).
We thus end up in a seemingly irresolvable standoff between JWN and the PSDN in a state of nature.
We can try to subject the application of PSDN to a "multilateral institutional procedure that ensures the accountability of both the party that proposes preventive force and those who are to approve or disapprove of its request for authorization to use it" (Buchanan 2006:18).
At least for the members of such a coalition, Buchanan argues, the dangers implicit in resort to PSDN would be greatly reduced, probably to the extent of making PSDN preferable to JWN in a state of nature, especially in a post 9/11 world.
In the 2004 legislative elections, the National Movement for the Development of Society (MNSD), the Democratic and Socialist Convention (CDS), the Rally for Social Democracy (RSD), the Rally for Democracy and Progress (RDP), the Nigerien Alliance for Democracy and Progress (ANDP), and the Social Party for Nigerien Democracy (PSDN
) coalition, which backed Tandja, won 88 of the 113 seats in the National Assembly.
Additionally, Teletex protocols were originally designed to run on common carrier networks: Packet-Switched Data Network (PSDN
), Circuit-Switched Data Network (CSDN) and Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN).