Traces the evolving roles of the full range of IGOs, NGOs, state and nonstate actors, norms, rules, and other pieces of global governance. This book ...Show synopsisTraces the evolving roles of the full range of IGOs, NGOs, state and nonstate actors, norms, rules, and other pieces of global governance. This book contains four issue-based chapters - on peace and security, development, human rights, and the environment. It also examines the elements of global and regional governance that are involved.Hide synopsis
Description:New. This long-awaited introduction to international...New. This long-awaited introduction to international organizations covers the entire breadth of the subject in a way that will be welcomed by students and teachers alike. Professors Karns and Mingst trace the evolving roles both of IGOs, NGOs, states, and nonstate actors and of norms, rules, and other pieces of global governance. While they give extensive attention to the UN system, the full range of regional and subregional organizations is also thoroughly covered, as are the activities and influence of a variety of nonstate actors. Each of four issue-based chapters-on peace and security, economic development, human rights, and the environment-presents a contemporary case study and then examines the issues and the pieces of global and regional governance that are involved. Throughout, the authors highlight questions of the legitimacy, accountability, and effectiveness of global governance. Contents: Preface " Part I Understanding Global Governance " The Challenges of Global Governance " What Is Global Governance? " The Pieces of Global Governance, " Actors in Global Governance " An Increasing Need for Global Governance? " Processes of Global Governance: Multilateralism Matters " The Politics and Effectiveness of Global Governance " The Theoretical Foundations of Global Governance " Liberalism " Realism " Constructivism: An Alternative Approach " Critical Theories " Theories of Organizations " IR Theory and Global Governance " Part 2 Evolving Pieces of Global Governance " Foundations of the Pieces of Global Governance " The State System and Its Weaknesses " Governance Innovations in the Nineteenth Century " Multilateralism in the Twentieth Century " The United Nations: Centerpiece of Global Governance " Foundations of the United Nations " The Major Organs of the UN " World Politics and the Evolution of the United Nations " Persistent Organizational Problems and the Need for Reform " The UN's Relationship to Regional Organizations " Regional Organizations " The Roots and Dynamics of Regionalism " Europe's Regional Organizations " Regional Organizations in the Americas " Asia's Regional Organizations " Africa's Regional Organizations " Middle East Regional Organizations "Assessing the consequences of regionalism " Nonstate Actors: NGOs, Networks, and Social Movements " Nonstate Actors in Action " The Range of Nonstate Actors " The Growth of Nonstate Actors " NGOs Relationships to IGOs, " NGO Influence and Its Limits " The Roles of States in Global Governance " States in Action " States and Other Actors: A Complex Interaction " The Key Role of the United States " Other Powerful States " Middle-Power States " Small States, Developing States " State Strategies " The Challenges of Multilateral Diplomacy: Negotiating Across Cultures " Getting Agreement " Part 3 The Need for Global Governance " The Search for Peace and Security " Case Study: Somalia as a Watershed " Wars as the Genesis for Pieces of Security Governance " Mechanisms for the Peaceful Settlement of Disputes " Collective Security, Enforcement, and Sanctions " Peacekeeping " Arms Control and Disarmament " Putting Together the Pieces of Security Governance " New Threats to Security: Coping with Terrorism " The Challenges of Human Security " Promoting Human Development and Economic Well-Being " Case Study: Debt Relief " An Evolving Global Economy " The Globalization of Liberal Economic Norms " Pieces of Global Economic Governance " The Regionalization of Economic Governance " Economic Globalization and Africa: A Problematic Case " From Critiques of the Liberal Economic System to the Antiglobalization Movement " Protecting Human Rights " Case Study: Child Soldiers " The Roots of Human Rights Norms " Human Rights Institutions and Mechanisms " The Processes of Human Rights Governance " Global Human Rights Governance in Action " Expanding Human Rights Printed Pages: 620..
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