Global Governance

Explores the impact of international institutions and miltilateral processes on economic development, peace and security, human rights, and the preservation of the environment.

Articles from Vol. 17, No. 4, October-December

Can Culture Prevent Massacres?
COULD CULTURE CONTRIBUTE MORE TO THE UN'S CORE GOAL SPELLED OUT IN the Charter's preamble of "saving succeeding generations from the scourge of war"? More specifically, could deeper cultural understanding help prevent or mitigate mass atrocities? Both...
Floating Down the River of History Ban Ki-Moon and Peacekeeping 2007-2011
WHAT HAS HAPPENED TO PEACEKEEPING UNDER BAN KJ-MOON? WHEN BAN bid for a second term as Secretary-General of the United Nations in June 2011, the performance of peace operations on his watch was an important part of the public case for his reelection....
Global Gun Control: Examining the Consequences of Competing International Norms
The global spread and misuse of small arms is one of the most alarming and growing security issues of the post-Cold War era. For many reasons, however, controlling the spread of small arms is extremely difficult Nonetheless, given the serious nature...
India, Brazil, and South Africa (IBSA): South - South Cooperation and the Paradox of Regional Leadership
This article argues that the long-term sustainability of the trilateral partnership established in 2003 between India, Brazil, and South Africa (IBSA) rests on a more conscious engagement with their regional partners. The construction of a strong regional...
Power Sharing and Transitional Justice: A Clash of Paradigms?
Recent peace negotiations practice has given rise to the emergence of two paradigms. In line with normative developments in global human rights protection, internationally brokered peace processes often address the options for accountability for abuses...
Searching for an Executive Head? Leadership and UNAIDS
Leadership is one of the central explanatory factors for change within international organizations yet is often sidelined as a part of wider social processes or understood in the context of domestic and managerial political agency. This article adopts...
Tax Competition and Inequality: The Case for Global Tax Governance
This article presents the normative case for global tax governance. Contrary to an influential part of the literature, national tax policy choices cause significant externalities for other nation-states. Focusing on business taxation, the article shows...
The Global Economic Crisis and the Future of Neoliberal Globalization: Rupture versus Continuity
This article outlines the main elements of rupture and continuity in the global political economy since the global economic crisis of 2008-2009. While the current calamity poses a more systemic challenge to neoliberal globalization than genetically...
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