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Enhancing global governance: towards a new diplomacy?

Author: Cooper, Andrew F. ; English, John ; Thakur, Ramesh Series: Foundations of peace Publisher: United Nations University Press, 2002.Language: EnglishDescription: 308 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9789280810745Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Enhancing Global Governance: Towards A New Diplomacy? Contents Preface ........................................................................................................... vii 1 Like-minded nations, NGOs, and the changing pattern of diplomacy within the UN system: An introductory perspective....... 1 Andrew F. Cooper 2 The future of the UN Security Council: Questions of legitimacy and representation in multilateral governance................... 19 W. Andy Knight 3 The new diplomacy at the United Nations: How substantive? ............ 38 David Malone 4 Why is the USA not a like-minded country? Some structural notes and historical considerations ...................................................55 James Reed 5 Global civil society and the Ottawa process: Lessons from the movement to ban anti-personnel mines............................................................. 69 Maxwell A. Cameron 6 The United Nations, NGOs, and the land-mines initiative: An Australian perspective................................................................... 90 William Maley 7 Harnessing social power: State diplomacy and the land-mines issue ............................................................................................. 106 Iver B. Neumann 8 Peace, justice, and politics: The International Criminal Court, "new diplomacy", and the UN system ................................................ 133 Alistair D. Edgar 9 Between counter-hegemony and post-hegemony: The Rome Statute and normative innovation in world politics.......................... 152 Philip Nel 10 Industry regulation and self-regulation: The case of labour standards................................................................................... 162 Virginia Haulier 11 Negotiating a code of conduct: A Canadian experience.................... 187 John English 12 Doing the business? The International Chamber of Commerce, the United Nations, and the Global Compact................ 203 Brian Hocking and Dominic Kelly 13 Codes of conduct and children in armed conflicts ...........................229 Deirdre van der Merwe and Mark Malan 14 Smarter, sharper, stronger? UN sanctions and conflict diamonds in Angola............................................................................ 248 Kim Richard Nossal 15 Security in the new millennium........................................................ 268 Ramesh Thakur Acronyms.................................................................................................... 287 Contributors..........................................................................................290 Index.......................................................................................................... 293

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