Ridefinire la governance globale: apocalisse subito o riforma

Author/s David Held
Publishing Year 2009 Issue 2009/2 Language Italian
Pages 24 P. 31-54 File size 128 KB
DOI 10.3280/PACO2009-002002
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Reframing Global Governance: Apocalypse Soon or Reform! - The Author analyses the paradox of our times that can be stated simply: the collective issues we must grapple with are of growing extensity and intensity and, yet, the means for addressing them are weak and incomplete. So the paper tries to speak on a necessity of a reframing a global governance in an increasingly interconnected world, where global problems cannot be solved by any one nation-state acting alone. They call for collective and collaborative action - something that the nations of the world have not been good at, and which they need to be better at if these pressing issues are to be adequately tackled. Yet, the evidence is wanting that we are getting better at building appropriate governance capacity. But to improve the situation we first should emancipate from the parameters of Washington Consensus on both economic and security fields because they obstruct off the development of global institution under principles of solidarity, cosmopolitic democracy, social justice and policy effectiveness. Keywords: global governance; cosmopolitic democracy; Washington Consensus; global challenges; multilevel citizenship

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David Held, Ridefinire la governance globale: apocalisse subito o riforma in "PARTECIPAZIONE E CONFLITTO" 2/2009, pp 31-54, DOI: 10.3280/PACO2009-002002