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The Resource Building a New World Order: Sustainable Policies for the Future

Building a New World Order: Sustainable Policies for the Future

Label
Building a New World Order: Sustainable Policies for the Future
Title
Building a New World Order: Sustainable Policies for the Future
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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Müller, Harald
Dewey number
327.1
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • International organization
  • Sustainable development
  • Political participation
Label
Building a New World Order: Sustainable Policies for the Future
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Publication
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Contents
  • BUILDING A NEW WORLD ORDER; Contents; Editor's Foreword; Author's Foreword; 1 What does 'sustainable global governance' entail?; Second order sustainability; Dealing with diversity; The dispute over justice; Outlawing war; The tasks; 2 How the world cannot be governed; Imperial government and hegemony -- built-in failure; The democratic alliance: The 'civilizing mission' in new garb; The world republic -- the cosmopolitan dream (nightmare); Global governance; Conclusions; 3 Dealing with diversity; Cultural integration, cultural fragmentation; The political significance of the cultural factor
  • Western cultural dominance as a historical fact and a problemThe cultural 'principle of uncertainty'; Humility and self-confidence; Four encounters outside one's own borders; Ways and means; Western preparation: getting ready for diversity; Conclusions; 4 The dispute over justice; Introduction; Concepts of the substance of justice; The procedural way out; Differences between 'internal' and 'external'; Problems of justice driven by globalization; The relationship between distributive and procedural justice at the international level; Unsolved problems of justice in international relations
  • Conclusions5 Outlawing war; War as an instrument of global governance?; Preventing war through deterrence; Deterrence of war through imperial hegemony; The international organization; Security communities; Superpower relations: the forthcoming shift in power; The concert of powers; Arms control and disarmament; Establishment of multilateral structures: East Asia, Central Asia, and Maghreb; Damage containment: Africa, Afghanistan; Conflict management and resolution: South Asia and the Middle East; Peace enforcement and humanitarian intervention: who decides and under what circumstances?
  • Conclusions6 Power, the market, morality and the law; The problem of control; Means of control; Power; The Market; Mortality; The law; The law and power; The law and morality; The law and the market; The flexibility of the law; International law; Power, the world market, the 'clash of civilisations' and international law; International law and international power relationships; International law and the world market; International law and morality; The neoconservative attack; Who makes international law?; Who enforces the law?; Conclusions
  • 7 Who does what? Players and institutions in sustainable global governanceThe United Nations: The Security Council; The United Nations: The General Assembly; Global justice in decisions: universal democracy and the United Nations; The Secretary-General and Article 99; International regimes; Regime coordination; Regional organizations; Courts of justice and quasi-judicial proceedings; The superpowers; Non-governmental organizations; Panels of experts; Commercial enterprise; Summary; 8 No sustainability is possible without active civil society!; Glossary -- list of abbreviations; Further Reading
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ocn951749743
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1 online resource
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online
Isbn
9781906598501
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not applicable
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remote
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(OCoLC)951749743
Label
Building a New World Order: Sustainable Policies for the Future
Publication
Distribution
Antecedent source
unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • BUILDING A NEW WORLD ORDER; Contents; Editor's Foreword; Author's Foreword; 1 What does 'sustainable global governance' entail?; Second order sustainability; Dealing with diversity; The dispute over justice; Outlawing war; The tasks; 2 How the world cannot be governed; Imperial government and hegemony -- built-in failure; The democratic alliance: The 'civilizing mission' in new garb; The world republic -- the cosmopolitan dream (nightmare); Global governance; Conclusions; 3 Dealing with diversity; Cultural integration, cultural fragmentation; The political significance of the cultural factor
  • Western cultural dominance as a historical fact and a problemThe cultural 'principle of uncertainty'; Humility and self-confidence; Four encounters outside one's own borders; Ways and means; Western preparation: getting ready for diversity; Conclusions; 4 The dispute over justice; Introduction; Concepts of the substance of justice; The procedural way out; Differences between 'internal' and 'external'; Problems of justice driven by globalization; The relationship between distributive and procedural justice at the international level; Unsolved problems of justice in international relations
  • Conclusions5 Outlawing war; War as an instrument of global governance?; Preventing war through deterrence; Deterrence of war through imperial hegemony; The international organization; Security communities; Superpower relations: the forthcoming shift in power; The concert of powers; Arms control and disarmament; Establishment of multilateral structures: East Asia, Central Asia, and Maghreb; Damage containment: Africa, Afghanistan; Conflict management and resolution: South Asia and the Middle East; Peace enforcement and humanitarian intervention: who decides and under what circumstances?
  • Conclusions6 Power, the market, morality and the law; The problem of control; Means of control; Power; The Market; Mortality; The law; The law and power; The law and morality; The law and the market; The flexibility of the law; International law; Power, the world market, the 'clash of civilisations' and international law; International law and international power relationships; International law and the world market; International law and morality; The neoconservative attack; Who makes international law?; Who enforces the law?; Conclusions
  • 7 Who does what? Players and institutions in sustainable global governanceThe United Nations: The Security Council; The United Nations: The General Assembly; Global justice in decisions: universal democracy and the United Nations; The Secretary-General and Article 99; International regimes; Regime coordination; Regional organizations; Courts of justice and quasi-judicial proceedings; The superpowers; Non-governmental organizations; Panels of experts; Commercial enterprise; Summary; 8 No sustainability is possible without active civil society!; Glossary -- list of abbreviations; Further Reading
Control code
ocn951749743
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781906598501
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unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)951749743

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