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Contested world orders : rising powers, non-governmental organizations, and the politics of authority beyond the nation-state

Author: Matthew D Stephen; Michael Zürn
Publisher: Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, [2019] ©2019
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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This volume provides a novel institutionalist theoretical approach to the rise of new powers and NGOs in relation to international institutions. It reveals the major conflicts that characterise some key contemporary international institutions, such as the UN Security Council, the World Trade Organization, the G7, and the UN Human Rights Council.
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(OCoLC)1078994990
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Matthew D Stephen; Michael Zürn
ISBN: 9780191878947 0191878944 9780192580962 0192580965
OCLC Number: 1089997332
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Contents: Rising powers, NGOs, and demands for new world orders: an introduction --
Part I. World economic orders --
Contestation overshoot: rising powers, NGOs, and the failure of the WTO Doha round --
The contestation of the IMF --
Exclusive club under stress: the G7 between rising powers and non-state actors after the Cold War --
Part II. World security orders --
The devil is in the detail: the positions of the BRICs countries towards UN security council reform and the responsibility to protect --
The contestation of the nuclear non-proliferation regime --
Part III. Human rights and environment --
Negotiating the UN human rights council: rising powers, established powers, and NGOs --
Contestation in the UNFCCC: the case of climate finance --
Part IV. Cross-cutting cases --
Transnational private authority and its contestation --
Cleavages in world politics: analysing rising power voting behaviour in the UN general assembly --
Conclusion: contested world orders --
continuity or change?
Responsibility: edited by Matthew D. Stephen and Michael Zürn.

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