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- Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations
- Thomas G. Weiss
- How NGOs Shape Global Governance
- Thomas G. Weiss
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Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations
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Thomas G. Weiss
Global governance is a complex ecosystem of formal and informal institutions. It is formally the domain and responsibility of sovereign nation states, and traditionally studied with a microscope on national interest and state power. Non-sovereign nations and other organizations and associations lack full international legal personality. They are in many ways marginal to central decision-making, diplomacy and negotiation in formal intergovernmental organizations IGOs. Even within the confines of formal IGO structures, where sovereign nation-states negotiate and decide, nongovernmental organizations NGOs play an important role. There are many kinds of organizations within civil society, and we can use many names to reflect their variety — private associations, grass roots organizations, civil society organizations, nongovernmental organizations.
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How NGOs Shape Global Governance
Global governance or world governance is a movement towards political cooperation among transnational actors, aimed at negotiating responses to problems that affect more than one state or region. Global governance involves multiple states, as well as international organizations , with one state having more of a lead role than the rest. The modern question of world governance exists in the context of globalization and globalizing regimes of power: politically, economically and culturally.
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Thomas G. Weiss
Thomas G. Weiss born is a distinguished scholar of international relations and global governance with special expertise in the politics of the United Nations. He was named a Andrew Carnegie Fellow for a project exploring the concept of a world without the United Nations. In his spare time, he is a wood sculptor. He is "one of the leading experts on the theory and practice of humanitarian intervention ,"  and is recognized as an authority on international organizations and the UN system. He initiated the UN Intellectual History Project  in to trace the origins and the evolution of key ideas about international economic and social development nurtured under UN auspices. A firm believer in R2P, Weiss has argued in numerous works that a well-grounded interpretation of sovereignty does not preclude intervention in the face of mass atrocities.
Palgrave Advances in Global Governance pp Cite as. However, whereas the former concentrates on formal structures, the latter describes a range of formal and informal processes that reflect globalization and a growing recognition of problems that defy solutions by a single state. At the same time, both international organizations IOs in general and the United Nations UN in particular — the only universal membership and general-purpose international organization — are essential to understanding contemporary global governance. Unable to display preview.
Table of Contents. Part I: Introduction. From International Organization to Global Governance. Thomas G. Weiss and Rorden Wilkinson. Part II: Contextualizing.
The audio and full transcript appear below. He is also past editor of the journal Global Governance, and has written extensively about multilateral approaches to international peace and security, humanitarian action, and sustainable development. His research interests focus on the United Nations, global governance, humanitarianism, human rights, the responsibility to protect doctrine, and the power of ideas in shaping world order. With that, let us begin.
The audio and full transcript appear below. He is also past editor of the journal Global Governance, and has written extensively about multilateral approaches to international peace and security, humanitarian action, and sustainable development. His research interests focus on the United Nations, global governance, humanitarianism, human rights, the responsibility to protect doctrine, and the power of ideas in shaping world order.