A New World Order

A New World Order Global governance is here but not where most people think This book presents the far reaching argument that not only should we have a new world order but that we already do Anne Marie Slaughter asks u

  • Title: A New World Order
  • Author: Anne-Marie Slaughter
  • ISBN: 9780691123974
  • Page: 278
  • Format: Paperback
  • Global governance is here but not where most people think This book presents the far reaching argument that not only should we have a new world order but that we already do Anne Marie Slaughter asks us to completely rethink how we view the political world It s not a collection of nation states that communicate through presidents, prime ministers, foreign ministers, andGlobal governance is here but not where most people think This book presents the far reaching argument that not only should we have a new world order but that we already do Anne Marie Slaughter asks us to completely rethink how we view the political world It s not a collection of nation states that communicate through presidents, prime ministers, foreign ministers, and the United Nations Nor is it a clique of NGOs It is governance through a complex global web of government networks Slaughter provides the most compelling and authoritative description to date of a world in which government officials police investigators, financial regulators, even judges and legislators exchange information and coordinate activity across national borders to tackle crime, terrorism, and the routine daily grind of international interactions National and international judges and regulators can also work closely together to enforce international agreements effectively than ever before These networks, which can range from a group of constitutional judges exchanging opinions across borders to established organizations such as the G8 or the International Association of Insurance Supervisors, make things happen and they frequently make good things happen But they are underappreciated and, worse, underused to address the challenges facing the world today.The modern political world, then, consists of states whose component parts are fast becoming as important as their central leadership Slaughter not only describes these networks but also sets forth a blueprint for how they can better the world Despite questions of democratic accountability, this new world order is not one in which some world government enforces global dictates The governments we already have at home are our best hope for tackling the problems we face abroad, in a networked world order.

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    1. Compelling outlook on the changing tools and mechanisms of foreign policymaking. Written nearly a decade ago by the scholar who until recently served as Director of Policy and Planning at the US State Department and whose influence is deeply obvious throughout the Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review and will likely continue to shape US foreign policy for decades to come.

    2. Networks are the new soul of consensus What is new about the world in the 21st century? For Thomas L. Friedman its information networks that make the world flat for business and communication. Anne-Marie Slaughter makes the observation that governance too is being transformed by the telecommunication revolution. Because the barriers between us are being broken down it is possible for like minded people to share ideas and conclusions around the world.The book looks at Regulatory Agencies, Jurispr [...]

    3. Unlike many proposals for adapting governance for a "flatter" world, Slaughter begins not with first principles (and the vagueness of her philosophical assumptions does become a liability) but with a study on how globalization is already changing how state interdependence works. She documents how interactions among executives, regulators, judges, legislators, and civil society actors among nations increasingly trend toward informal networks of global cooperation and policy convergence. Her propo [...]

    4. To me, these books are a trilogy of tales for our new, webbed-together world: Slaughter discusses the political and philosophical implications of a system that is no longer structured by nation-states. Gilman explores the awful underside of globalization, where more efficient flow of trade combined with uneven social, economic, and legal conditions have led to an exploitable “moral arbitrage”. Neuwirth examines the gigantic informal economy (NOT the same as Gilman’s – we’re talking str [...]

    5. Lo encontré muy interesante y de avanzada cuando lo leí, en el 2006. Debería ser de interés para todos a quienes les interese el orden mundial en un mundo más o menos globalizado (por supuesto que hay diferentes puntos de vista) donde el concepto de una única soberanía integrada va desapareciendo o, mejor, se va suavizando o desagregando. Este libro, en mi concepto, tendrá vigencia por mucho tiempo; la globalización no se da de la noche a la mañana, es todo un proceso y abarca muchos c [...]

    6. An interesting look at a best case for where global governance can go. I was fortunate enough to be able to ask the author a little more about the book in an interview with her last week on the occasion of her being an awarded an honorary degree by the university of Warwick see the podcast at bit/19kg85T

    7. Good clear thinking, many examples. Good book all around, if you are interested in Internationbal relations and integration and cooperation of the states.

    8. "The state is not disappearing, it is disaggregating. Its component institutions are all reaching out beyond national borders in various ways. The official observers of the international scene – scholars, pundits, policymakers – cannot fully see and appreciate this phenomenon because they are handicapped by the conceptual lenses of the unitary state."

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