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Global Governance

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Political Science
Course Code
POL101Y1
Professor
Jeffrey Kopstein

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Political Science
March 14, 2010
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Global Governance Promise and
Challenges
The World – a new concept, tend to focus on government, comparative politics.
Global Governance and the International System
Realism – theory of international relations, that is assumed to be anarchy
Anarchic international system – realism
League of Nations and collective security
Neoliberal institutionalism – like realism and accepts that there are no world
governments. Unlike realists they have more of a positive view.
oInterdependence – we as states cooperate because of this (all states benefit)
oPositive sum
oFunctionalism – require certain type of expertise, but over time through learning,
we can learn in functionally specific ways like world trade.
oRules and norms – by cooperating states can make rules of the games, if not
explicit rules, and then implied norms (standards of appropriate behaviour).
International organizations and regimes
States behave according to their national self interest. They`re primary concern is who has
relative power.
Zero sum game – one states gain is one states loss.
Global Governance is the response or reaction to realism.
1) Modern era – league of nations
At the core collective security – all states would agree that aggressive actions by other
states are illegal. If one state is aggressive to a non-aggressive state all the non-aggressive
states will collectively destroy/punish that country.
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Political Science March 14, 2010 1 Global Governance Promise and Challenges The World a new concept, tend to focus on government, comparative politics. Global Governance and the International System Realism theory of international relations, that is assumed to be anarchy Anarchic international system realism League of Nations and collective security Neoliberal institutionalism like realism and accepts that there are no world governments. Unlike realists they have more of a positive view. o Interdependence we as states cooperate because of this (all states benefit) o Positive sum o Functionalism require certain type of expertise, but over time thro
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