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Global Governance

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Political Science
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POL101Y1
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Jeffrey Kopstein

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Political Science March 14th, 2011
Global Governance
Reading: Weaver, Hypocrisy Trap - The World Bank and the Poverty of Reform, pp.140-
175
Steiner, Copenhagens Achievements, pp.130-131
Bersnstein and Hoffman, The Challenge of Catalytic Leadership for Long-Term Change,
pp.135-136
Governance: Process of Governing
Global governance and the international system
Anarchic international system Realism
League of Nations and Collective Security: Reaction to Realism
Neo-liberal institutionalism
-Interdependence
-Positive-Sum
-Functionalism
-Rules and Norms
International organizations and regimes
UN System of States
To maintain international peace and security, and to that end: to take
effective collective measures for the prevention and removal of threats
to the peace
To develop friendly relations among nations based on respect for the
principle of equal rights and self-determination of peoples (and states)
To achieve international cooperation in solving international problems
an economic, social, cultural or humanitarian character
New Global Risks
Collective/ commons (climate change)
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Political Science March 14th, 2011
Borderless world (global health)
Uncertainty (technology)
Human security (genocide)
Transnational governance
Transnational
Rules of the game GATT, WTO
Goals and Targets Kyoto Accord (agreement by advanced industrial
states to lower gas emissions)
Deliberative forums G8 and G20
Features of Global Governance
1.Absence of global GOVERNMENT
2.Collective fate and commons (financial crisis)
3.Functional Specialization (WHO)
-E.g. what do states have to do in the event of epidemics etc.
4.Participatory (UN General Assembly) against hard-nosed realism.
Equal
5.Enlightened sovereignty Embedded Liberalism
-Yes, state interests and sovereignty are important. But states also
share collective interests with the world
-Less about narrow self-interest in sovereigntys name, an expanded
view of mutual interests… Enlightened sovereignty the natural
extension of enlightened self-interest
6. Inter-state Coordination
7. International Compromise
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Political Science March 14 , 2011 Global Governance Reading: Weaver, Hypocrisy Trap - The World Bank and the Poverty of Reform, pp.140- 175 Steiner, Copenhagens Achievements, pp.130-131 Bersnstein and Hoffman, The Challenge of Catalytic Leadership for Long-Term Change, pp.135-136 Governance: Process of Governing Global governance and the international system Anarchic international system Realism League of Nations and Collective Security: Reaction to Realism Neo-liberal institutionalism - Interdependence - Positive-Sum - Functionalism - Rules and Norms International organizations and regimes UN System of States To maintain international peace and security, and to that end: to take effective collective measures for the prevention and removal of threats to the peace To develop friendly relations among nations based on respect for the principle of equal rights and self-determination of peoples (and states) To achieve international cooperation in solving international problems an economic, social, cultural or humanitarian character New Global Risks Collective commons (climate change) www.notesolution.com
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