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Enhancing global governance : towards a new diplomacy?

Author: Andrew Fenton Cooper; John English; Ramesh Chandra Thakur
Publisher: Tokyo ; New York : United Nations University Press, 2002.
Series: Foundations of peace.
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Analyses the way global governance had been promoted by innovative diplomatic practices. The question of how these alternative leadership forms have been expressed through the United Nations system,  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew Fenton Cooper; John English; Ramesh Chandra Thakur
ISBN: 928081074X 9789280810745
OCLC Number: 49583294
Description: xi, 308 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Like-minded nations, NGOs, and the changing pattern of diplomacy within the UN system : an introductory perspective / Andrew F. Cooper --
Future of the UN security council : questions of legitimacy and representation in multilateral governance / W. Andy Knight --
New diplomacy at the United Nations : how substantive? / David Malone --
Why is the USA not a like-minded country? some structural notes and historical considerations / James Reed --
Global civil society and the Ottawa process : lessons from the movement to ban anti-personnel mines / Maxwell A. Cameron --
United Nations, NGOs, and the land-mines initiative : an Australian perspective / William Maley --
Harnessing social power : state diplomacy and the land-mines issue / Iver B. Neumann --
Peace, justice, and politics : the international criminal court, "new diplomacy", and the UN system / Alistair D. Edgar --
Between counter-hegemony and post-hegemony : the Rome Statute and normative innovation in world politics / Philip Nel --
Industry regulation and self-regulation : the case of labour standards / Virginia Haufler --
Negotiating a code of conduct : a Canadian experience / John English --
Doing the business? the International Chamber of Commerce, the United Nations, and the global compact / Brian Hocking, Dominic Kelly --
Codes of conduct and children in armed conflicts / Deirdre Van der Merwe, Mark Malan --
Smarter, sharper, stronger? UN sanctions and conflict diamonds in Angola / Kim Richard Nossal --
Security in the new millennium / Ramesh Thakur.
Series Title: Foundations of peace.
Responsibility: edited by Andrew F. Cooper, John English, and Ramesh Thakur.

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