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Global Norms for the Twenty-First Century
Norms in the contemporary world system are no longer established exclusively through inter-state agreement but increasingly, are becoming truly global. This collection brings together critical studies on this complex process. Written by authors from eleven different countries, the book challenges the often convenient rationalisations of regime theory, the governance approach, and 'post-national' or 'cosmopolitan' democracy, in order to explore the practical, theoretical and ethical implications of the new world of global norms.

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing in association with GSE Research

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Free Content Preliminary material
pp. i-vii(7)

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Introduction: Global Norms as a Challenge to the Nation-State
pp. 1-17(17)
Authors: Giesen, Klaus-Gerd; van der Pijl, Kees

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The United Nations and International Norms: A Sunset Institution?
pp. 20-39(20)
Authors: Coate, Roger; Fomerand, Jacques

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Norms, Sovereignty and the American Empire
pp. 40-54(15)
Author: Palan, Ronen

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International Norms and Preventive Warfare: Implications for Global Governance
pp. 55-66(12)
Authors: Raymond, Gregory A.; Kegley, Charles W.

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Redesigning Sovereignty: The Effects of Trips on the Sovereignty Norm
pp. 84-100(17)
Author: de Zutter, Elizabeth

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Outsourcing Justice: A New International Orthodoxy?
pp. 101-117(17)
Author: Gal-Or, Noemi

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International Standardisation and Corporate Democracy
pp. 118-133(16)
Author: Graz, Jean-Christophe

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Private Norms in the Global Political Economy
pp. 134-149(16)
Author: Nölke, Andreas

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Soft Law, Fuzzy Law, Non-Law: Intricacies of the Normative Market
pp. 152-165(14)
Author: Chidiac, Jean-Paul

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The Norms Derived from Sustainable Development
pp. 166-181(16)
Author: Laakso, Marjukka

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Communitarianism: The Practice of Postmodern Liberalism
pp. 212-225(14)
Author: Brecher, Bob

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pp. 226-228(3)

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