Table of contents for Tests of global governance : Canadian diplomacy and United Nations world conferences / Andrew F. Cooper.


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Contents
Acronyms	
vii
Preface	
ix
1	United Nations world conferences as tests of global governance: an overview	
1
2	Emerging tests of diplomacy: transition from earlier UN world conferences	
12
3	Tests of partnership: between statecraft and society-craft	
40
4	Tests of leadership: the prime ministerial role	
69
5	Tests of discipline: imposition or negotiation of the system of governance?	
94
6	Tests of sovereignty: an evasive and estranged diplomacy?	
122
7	Tests of the civilisational divide? The Cairo International Conference on Population and Development	
152
8	Tests of difference: women's ownership of the Beijing conference	
184
9	Tests of value with respect to Durban and beyond: anomaly or end of the life cycle?	
223
Notes	
254
References	
261
Index	
286




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: United Nations Congresses, United Nations Canada, Diplomacy Case studies, Canada Foreign relations 1945-World politics 1989- Case studies, Non-governmental organizations, International relations