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Toward genuine global governance : critical reactions to "our global neighborhood" / edited by Errol E. Harris and James A. Yunker
Bib ID 1664750
Format BookBook
Description Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 1999 
x, 211 p. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0275964175 (alkaline paper)
Full contents
  • 1. A Planetary Paradigm for Global Government / Glen T. Martin
  • 2. Liberalism at the Global Level / Richard Falk
  • 3. Governance - An Opportunity? / John C. de V. Roberts
  • 4. Global Governance Requires Global Government / Ronald J. Glossop
  • 5. Global Government: Objections Considered / David Ray Griffin
  • 6. Global Governance or World Government? / Errol E. Harris
  • 7. A Critique of "Our Global Neighborhood" / Philip Isely
  • 8. Reactions of an Ordinary World Citizen to "Our Global Neighborhood" / Jean-Marie Breton
  • 9. A Pragmatic Route to Genuine Global Governance / James A. Yunker
  • 10. Summary and Conclusion / Errol E. Harris
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [197]-202) and index.

Subjects International organization.
Other authors/contributors Harris, Errol E  |  Yunker, James A

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