By Anne-Marie Slaughter
Global governance is here--but now not the place most folk imagine. This ebook offers the far-reaching argument that not just may still we've got a brand new global order yet that we already do. Anne-Marie Slaughter asks us to totally reconsider how we view the political global. it is not a set of kingdom states that converse via presidents, major ministers, overseas ministers, and the United international locations. neither is it a clique of NGOs. it's governance via a posh worldwide net of "government networks."
Slaughter presents the main compelling and authoritative description to this point of an international during which govt officials--police investigators, monetary regulators, even judges and legislators--exchange details and coordinate task throughout nationwide borders to take on crime, terrorism, and the regimen day-by-day grind of foreign interactions. nationwide and overseas judges and regulators may also paintings heavily jointly to implement foreign agreements extra successfully than ever ahead of. those networks, that can diversity from a bunch of constitutional judges replacing critiques throughout borders to extra tested companies resembling the G8 or the foreign organization of coverage Supervisors, make issues happen--and they regularly make great things occur. yet they're underappreciated and, worse, underused to handle the demanding situations dealing with the area today.
The smooth political international, then, comprises states whose part elements are quickly turning into as vital as their important management. Slaughter not just describes those networks but additionally units forth a blueprint for a way they could higher the area. regardless of questions of democratic responsibility, this new international order isn't one during which a few "world executive" enforces worldwide dictates. The governments we have already got at domestic are our greatest wish for tackling the issues we are facing out of the country, in a networked international order.
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A New World Order by Anne-Marie Slaughter