Issues in Global Governance: Papers Written for the Commission on Global Governance
"Issues on Global Governance" contains the Expert Papers of the Commission on Global Governance. The Commission is concerned primarily with furthering global cooperation (i.e. coordinated multilateral action) to meet the challenge of securing peace, achieving sustainable development and universalizing democracy'. The Expert Papers have been written especially for the Commission's Working Groups (One: Global Values; Two: Security; Three: Development; Four: Governance) by authorities in the field (viz. Abi-Saab, Galtung, Haas).
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Exclusion and Citizenship
Containing Corruption in International Transactions
The Changing Nature of Security
Unused Charter Capacity for Global Governance?
The Image of the United Nations
Global Governance for and by Global Democracy
James N Rosenau
International Governance of the Global Problematique
Global Environmental Governance
Organizational Proliferation in a Changing World
The Search for a
List of Commission Members
Terms of Reference
The Thickening Web of International
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