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The fundamentals of global governance

By: WHITMAN, Jim.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2009Description: 187 p.ISBN: 9780230572539.Subject(s): Governança | Direitos Humanos | Globalização
Contents:
Chapter 1. Global governance: of, by and for whom? Chapter 2. Global governance in most senses and in most cases will link the local and the global; and the individual and the national/international realms Chapter 3. The sum of all global governances is not likely to be entirely conherent or to avoid competitive or antagonistic relationships Chapter 4. Global governance needs to be relational, not merely technocratic Chapter 5. Although global governance arrangements concern state behaviors to some degree and rely on state compliance and futherance, the regimes are not only about states Chapter 6. Global governance will rely on normative acceptance rather than lego-political enforcement Chapter 7. Global governance systems must deal with or be able to accommodate large-scale violations/disruptions Chapter 8. Global governance must be highly adaptive in respect of changing human circumstances Chapter 9. However extensive the coverage, global governance arrangements will remain aspirational to some degree Chapter 10. The human rights regime as global governance
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Chapter 1. Global governance: of, by and for whom? Chapter 2. Global governance in most senses and in most cases will link the local and the global; and the individual and the national/international realms Chapter 3. The sum of all global governances is not likely to be entirely conherent or to avoid competitive or antagonistic relationships Chapter 4. Global governance needs to be relational, not merely technocratic Chapter 5. Although global governance arrangements concern state behaviors to some degree and rely on state compliance and futherance, the regimes are not only about states Chapter 6. Global governance will rely on normative acceptance rather than lego-political enforcement Chapter 7. Global governance systems must deal with or be able to accommodate large-scale violations/disruptions Chapter 8. Global governance must be highly adaptive in respect of changing human circumstances Chapter 9. However extensive the coverage, global governance arrangements will remain aspirational to some degree Chapter 10. The human rights regime as global governance

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