Towards a Global Polity

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Index

a
accountability xiv , 5 , 7 , 14 , 72 , 114 , 116 , 125 , 142 , 159 , 162 - 163 , 174 , 207 , 209 , 218 , 222 , 224
actorness 190
Adam Smith Institute 157
advocacy networks 136 ;
transnational 24 , 132 - 134 , 141 - 142 ;
see also knowledge networks;
networks aid 11 , 48 - 50 , 53 , 129 , 155 , 182 , 202
American Center for International Labor Solidarity 143
Amnesty International 147
Amsterdam school 184
anarchical society 10 , 208
anarchy 3 , 10 , 61 , 63 , 78 , 182 , 205 , 211
anti-colonial movements 179 - 181
anti-globalisation protests 145 , 148 , 151 , 158 , 162
anti-sweatshop movement 170
Aquinas, T. 67
Argentina 24
arms control 95
Arthur Andersen Consulting 129
Asia Pacific Economic Council (APEC) 90
Asian financial crisis 4 , 7 ;
see also financial crises
Asian Labour Network on International Financial Institutions 147
Association of South East Asian Nations(ASEAN) 90 , 201
Australia New Zealand Closer Economic Relations Trade Agreement (ANZCERTA) 90
Austria 180 , 211
authority 17 , 30 - 32 , 44 , 51 , 59 , 61 , 64 , 66 , 72 , 76 , 116 , 118 , 120 , 123 , 126 , 131 , 134 , 139 - 142 , 172 , 205 , 208 - 209 , 211 , 214 , 219 - 220 , 222 , 224 - 225 ;
see also private authority

b
Bangladesh 186
Bank for International Settlements(BIS) 91 , 155
Battle of Seattle 5 , 7 , 156 , 170 , 172 - 173 , 203 , 207 , 224
benchmarking 112 , 192 , 196 - 197
Bertelsmann Network for Better Local Government 16 , 107 , 113 , 119 - 123
Bhutan 170
Blair, T. 183
Brazil 24
British Westminster Foundation for Democracy 128
Bulgaria 170
bureaucracy 107 , 142
business 34 - 36 , 39 , 64 , 71 , 73 , 75 , 115 - 116 , 121 , 129 , 135 , 140 , 146 , 149 , 153 , 164 , 172 - 173 , 183 ;
associations of 34 , 36 , 65 , 76 , 83 , 135 , 145 , 148 , 153 - 154 , 156 - 158 , 161 , 164 , 210 , 215 ;
see also class;
(global) regulation of 26 , 30 , 156 , 187

c
Canada 87 , 93 , 121
Canada-US Free Trade Agreement (CUSTA) 72
Canadian International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development 128
capital 52 , 60 , 71 - 73 , 83 , 85 - 86 , 89 , 91 - 93 , 100 , 122 , 131 , 141 , 148 , 158 , 175 , 178 - 179 , 212 , 214 , 224 ;
see also human capital, social capital
capitalism 25 , 34 , 36 - 37 , 71 - 73 , 83 , 135 , 141 , 148 , 151 , 153 , 158 - 159 , 171 , 173 - 175 , 177 - 179 , 184 , 187 , 197 , 216 ;
see also global capitalism
Cato Institute 157
causation 38

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