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This book examines both the theory of global government and the prospects for it. In terms of the theory, the author contends that modern problems are so big that they can only be dealt with by a global response.
Specifically, human rights, climate change and global poverty are named as three of the most important by: With numerous illustrations of current events, it argues that global democracy is both realistic and desirable to tackle the 21st century's global challenges in the areas of peace, human rights, economic development, and the environment.
The book positions global democracy as an alternative foreign policy doctrine, Cited by: 2. Global Democracy book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
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This book explores the boundaries of democratic communities, examining who is included in these boundaries and governed by them. Focus is placed on the consequences of globalization for democracy, especially in light of the exclusion that global policies impose on many : Paperback.
Book Description. This book defends the case for the expansion Global democracy book the democratic model to the global political sphere. Concentrating on the democratic deficit of international affairs, it examines the nexus between the phenomenon of international exclusion and the political response of global democracy.
“Democracies govern nations, while global capitalism runs the world. Robert Kuttner provides a clear-eyed, intellectually riveting account of how the inevitable tensions between the two have fueled neofascist nationalism here and abroad, and why the response must be a new progressive populism rooted in democracy and social by: Torbjörn Tännsjö's book is a contribution to the globalisation of democratisation.
- Boutros Boutros-Ghali The argument is direct, simple (without being simple-minded), and shows how crucially world government affects what we say about global justice, environmental problems, and war. Torbjörn Tännsjö is Kristian Claëson Professor of Practical Philosophy at Stockholm University.
He is author of several books including Global Democracy (EUP, ), Conservatism for Our Time (), Populist Democracy (), Hedonistic Utilitarianism (). Global democracy may lie in the scope of.
Cosmopolitan democracy, a project of normative political theory which explores the application of norms and values of democracy at different levels, from global to local; Democratic mundialization, one of the movements aiming at democratic globalization, the concept of an institutional system of global democracy that.
Global Democracy and its Difficulties will appeal to a range of academics, scholars and students who work across fields such a political theory, international law, comparative politics and political economy.
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In its first edition, "The Global Resurgence of Democracy" brought together essays on democratization written from to by internationally prominent scholars, intellectuals, and political leaders. This thoroughly revised and updated second edition extends that work with a wealth of fresh material on a wide range of conceptual, historical, institutional, and policy issues.
Rethinking Global Democracy in Brazil provides students with a framework that challenges the Western-cent red views on how to democratise global governance processes, arguing that developing democracies from the global South have developed serious and sustainable approaches to a more democratic global system.
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In the edition of The Economist Intelligence Unit’s annual Democracy Index, which provides a snapshot of the state of democracy worldwide, the average global score fell from in to (on a scale of ).This is the worst score since the index was first produced in The result is even worse than that recorded inin the wake of the global economic and.
Samuel P. Huntington showed how democracy spread in three vast global waves beginning in The Allies’ victory in World War II and decolonization sparked a long postwar expansion of democracy.
The book develops a truly global and up-to-date perspective of democracy and quality of democracy. Advanced and emerging countries are being equally covered. The book not only addresses democracies, but also semi-democracies and non-democracies. In that sense the book is (will be) unique, because.
Spheres of Global Justice analyzes six of the most important and controversial spheres of global justice, each concerning a specific global social good. These spheres are democratic participation, migrations, cultural minorities, economic.
Democracies Divided The Global Challenge of Political Polarization This volume is the first book-length comparative analysis of this troubling global phenomenon, offering in. Get this from a library. Global democracy: normative and empirical perspectives. [Daniele Archibugi; Mathias Koenig-Archibugi; Raffaele Marchetti;] -- "Democracy is increasingly seen as the only legitimate form of government, but few people would regard international relations as governed according to democratic principles.
Can this lack of global.