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Author Whitman, Jim
Title The fundamentals of global governance [electronic resource] / Jim Whitman
Imprint Basingstoke ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2009
book jacket
Descript xiii, 187 p. ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 160-184) and index
Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Glossary -- Global Governance: Of, Byand For Whom? -- Global Governance in Most Senses and in Most Cases Will Link the Local and the Global; and the Individual and the National/international Realms -- The Sum of all Global Governances Is Not Likely to be Entirely Coherent or to Avoid Competitive or Antagonistic Relationships -- Global Governance Needs to be Relational, Not Merely Technocratic -- Although Global Governance Arrangements Concern State Behaviours to Some Degree and Rely on State Compliance and Furtherance, the Regimes Are Not Only About States-- Global Governance Will Rely on Normative Acceptance rather than Lego-political Enforcement -- Global Governance Systems Must Deal With or Be Able to Accommodate Large-scale Violations/disruptions -- Global Governance Must Be Highly Adaptive in Respectof Changing Human Circumstances -- However Extensive the Coverage, Global Governance Arrangements Will Remain Aspirational to Some Degree -- The Human Rights Regime as Global Governance -- Index
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If comprehensive global governance can never be more than the sum ofnumerous forms and levelsof governance, is an inclusive, coherent andeffective global governance possible? What must be the fundamentals ofgovernance as an activity in order for the world₂s states and peoples to achieve a peace, stability and sustainability? Moving beyond sector-specific studies, this book outlines theessentials of global governance in eight chapter-length propositions. These studies examine the challenges that beset the exercise of governance not only as matters of political contestation within and between states, but also between the spheres of governance we have already set in place to cope with our highly complex world. The book concludes by describing how all of the eight ₁fundamentals₂ combine, in a study of the human rights regimeas global governance. Strongly argued and richly detailed but clearly written and accessible to non-specialists, The Fundamentals of Global Governance brings a novel approach and fascinating insights to the studyof global governance
Palgrave
Link Original 9780230572539 0230572537 (OCoLC)298778434
Subject International organization
International cooperation
World politics
Globalization
Electronic books. local
Alt Author Palgrave Connect (Online service)
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