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Global Governance- Promise and Challenges, extra helpful for exam

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Political Science
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POL101Y1
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Jeffrey Kopstein

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Lecture 19, March 14 2011
Global Governance Promise and Challenges
Governance understood as a process of governments
Global governance and the international system
-Anarchic international system Realism (States are primarily concerned with
relatively power, ex. If one country is powerful how do we know they wont destroy us.
The game of international politics is the ZERO SUM game
one states gain is
another states loss )
-League of Nations and collective security (emerges in WW1, the core was that
collective security, all states would agree that aggressive actions by other states is
illegal. All states should agree, that if one state behaves aggressively on another state,
all states will gather together to punish that state.)
-Neoliberal institutionalism (It is also another theory of international relations, it
accepts the notion that there is no state power. It assumes the system is anarchic, they
have more positive view, is rooted in reality in complex inter-dependence, in the
globalized world, states are inter-dependent on one another. By co-operating, all states
benefit.
-- Independence
--Positive sum
--Functionalism
--Rules and norms (States by co-operating, states can create rules, that apply to
norms,
-International organization and regimes
UN System of States
-1) Collective interest in maintain peace
-2) Equal rights, but the equal rights of states
-3) Co-operation
-4) Harmonizing, the behaviour of states
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Global Risks
-Collective/commons (climate change) (what happens over there, happens over here
are borderless)
-Borderless world (global health) (risks that come along and borders dont matter, )
-Uncertainty (technology)
-Human security (genocide) (
New global risks and global governance (
Trans-national governance (involving more than one states)
-Trans-national ( more than one state involvement)
-Rules of the game WTO (
-Goals and targets Kyoto Accord (we as a global community we will work together to
achieve certain goals)
-Deliberative forums G8 and G20
Features of Global governance
1)Absence of global GOVERNMENT
2)Collective fate and commons (financial crisis) (global governance intends to address
global issue, like Global Crisis, that effected the whole world, and they collectively
addressed it.)
3)Functional specialization (WHO) (world health organization is filled with health
experts,
4)Participatory ( UN General Assembly)
5)Enlightened sovereignty (
6)Coordination (working together, in a collective method to manage global risk, )
7)International compromise (doesnt only mean agreement, but basically it is an
agreement that is not best for you but for everyone.)
BUT challenges to global governance in practise
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Lecture 19, March 14 2011 Global Governance Promise and Challenges Governance understood as a process of governments Global governance and the international system - Anarchic international system Realism (States are primarily concerned with relatively power, ex. If one country is powerful how do we know they wont destroy us. The game of international politics is the ZERO SUM game one states gain is another states loss ) - League of Nations and collective security (emerges in WW1, the core was that collective security, all states would agree that aggressive actions by other states is illegal. All states should agree, that if one state behaves aggressively on another state, all states will gather together to punish that state.) - Neoliberal institutionalism (It is also another theory of international relations, it accepts the notion that there is no state power. It assumes the system is anarchic, they have more positive view, is rooted in reality in complex inter-dependence, in the globalized world, states are inter-dependent on one another. By co-operating, all states benefit. - - Independence - -Positive sum - -Functionalism - -Rules and norms (States by co-operating, states can create rules, that apply to norms, - International organization and regimes UN System of States - 1) Collective interest in maintain peace - 2) Equal rights, but the equal rights of states - 3) Co-operation - 4) Harmonizing, the behaviour of states www.notesolution.com
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