Wk 8 The Pieces of Global Governance

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The Pieces of Global Governance Jonathan Zeitlin PA 850 Week 8
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2 A. The Challenges of Global Governance An increasing need for global governance? Globalization/denationalization Intensified international interdependence Mutual sensitivity/vulnerability Disjunctions between scale of governance and socio-economic activity Externalities, spillovers, problems of public and common goods
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3 International policy problems Security Terrorism WMD Regional conflicts Ethnic conflicts/civil wars/genocide Human rights Environment Climate change Natural resource depletion (water, fish) Cross-border pollution
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4 International policy problems (2) Public health HIV/AIDS SARS, avian flu, other epidemic diseases Product/food safety Economic governance Financial markets Trade Investment Development/poverty Communications (e.g. the Internet) Migration Labor rights/standards
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5 Are all international policy problems truly global? Relatively few international policy problems are truly global, requiring action on a global scale, and participation by all relevant actors to be effectively resolved Many problems are primarily regional in scope, and/or involve governance of the interfaces between distinct national economies/regulatory systems, rather than the adoption of a single set of global rules
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6 Governance beyond the nation-state Many international policy problems cannot be managed by sovereign states acting alone – even by the US as world’s sole superpower – but require cooperation between governments and a variety of non-state actors Even mechanisms for governing the interfaces between distinct national economies increasingly focus on “behind the border” issues, thereby circumscribing the policy making autonomy of “sovereign” states
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7 B. The Pieces of Global Governance What is global governance -- or governance beyond the nation-state? Not a global government or world state
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