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Table of Contents Page Preface and Acknowledgements vi List of Contributors viii 1. Introduction: Coherence and Contestation 1 Matthew J. Hoffmann and Alice D. Ba PART I: CONFRONTING GLOBAL GOVERNANCE WITH ESTABLISHED PERSPECTIVES 2. Realist Global Governance: Revisiting Cave! hic dragones and Beyond 30 Jennifer Sterling-Folker 3. Global Governance, Class, Hegemony: A historical materialist perspective 78 Henk Overbeek 4. Global Governance and Hegemony in the Modern World System 116 Giovanni Arrighi 5. Global Governance: An English School Perspective 143 Timothy J. Dunne 6. Regime Theory and the Quest for Global Governance 179 Oran R. Young 7. What's Global about Global Governance? A Constructivist Account 230 Matthew J. Hoffmann PART II: GLOBAL GOVERNANCE AS CATALYST FOR NEW PERSPECTIVES 8. Global Governance as Disaggregated Complexity 273 James N. Rosenau 9. The European Human Rights Regime as a Case Study in the Emergence 315 of Global Governance Leslie Friedman Goldstein and Cornel Ban 10. A Private Authority Perspective on Global Governance 366 Timothy J. Sinclair 11. Contested Spaces: The Politics of Regional and Global Governance 391 Alice D. Ba 12. Global Civil Society and Global Governance 440 Robert O'Brien 13. Liberal Imperialism as Global Governance Perspective 480 Daniel Green 14. Contending Perspectives on Global Governance: Dialogue and Debate 518 Matthew J. Hoffmann and Alice D. Ba
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