Globalization needs effective global governance. The important question of whether this governance can also become democratic is, however, the subject of a political and academic debate that began only recently. This multidisciplinary book aims to move this conversation forward by drawing insights from international relations, political theory, international law and international political economy. Focusing on global environmental, economic, security and human rights governance, it sheds new light on the democratic deficit of existing global governance structures, and proposes a number of tools to overcome it.
Browse by title
Kenneth W. Abbott
Kenneth W. Abbott examines the deep entanglement of law and politics in the structures and activities of international organizations and provides a comprehensive overview of the literature in this area, enabling the reader to trace legal, political and scholarly developments over time.