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Overview

Debating Globalization is a short, accessible introduction to the debate about globalization written by many of the most prominent figures in the field. The book is notable not just for focusing on the pressing difficulties facing our world, but also on solutions. Rich and positive suggestions are made for reshaping globalization into a force that will work for humans everywhere.
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Editorial Reviews

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"The essays in this volume offer spirited engagement with Held's The Global Covenant, which is summarised at the start of this one as the point of departure for the debate ... The line-up of contributors is unquestionably impressive and diverse, and without exception the essays are lively and well written."

Nicola Philips, Political Studies Review

"Debating Globalization assembles leading scholars to rethink the logic and consequences of globalization. Held and his colleagues wonderfully illuminate the great forces that are transforming modern life."

G. John Ikenberry, Princeton University

"This brilliant book succeeds in bringing together two major issues normally isolated in the international agenda: security and development, security and the human rights agenda. Essential reading for students and policy-makers alike."

Laurence Tubiana, Institut du développement durable, Paris

"This book should be compulsory reading for governments, researchers, and social justice activists. The contributions address what is arguably the single greatest challenge of our age: the unstable co-existence of mass poverty in the midst of global prosperity. Avoiding simple blueprints, the book makes a compelling case for a new pattern of globalization and an end to "business as usual" global governance."

Kevin Watkins, Director UNDP Human Development Report Office

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780745635255
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 10/28/2005
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 200
  • Product dimensions: 5.45 (w) x 7.50 (h) x 0.65 (d)

Meet the Author

David Held is Graham Wallas Professor of Political Science, London School of Economics and Political Science.
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Table of Contents

Preface
1 Globalization : the dangers and the answers 1
2 The case for optimism : a response 37
3 Delusions of internationalism 43
4 The limits of globalization : questions for Held and Wolf 52
5 The far side of globalization : David Held's missing links 59
6 Social democracy as world panacea? 65
7 The test of practice : global progress in a world of sovereignty 71
8 Top down or bottom up? : a reply 82
9 Global governance from below 93
10 Globalization's reality check 106
11 Three modes of ordering amidst globalization 112
12 The debate on globalization : two new contributions 118
13 A covenant to make global governance work 126
14 Three crises and the need for American leadership 134
15 What are the dangers and the answers? : clashes over globalization 141
App. A The Barcelona development agenda 168
App. B What is human security? 175
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    Xio

    I don't think it is inherently bad. I mean, it is, unfortunately, our method of reproduction. No sex would mean no humans. But, it ia bad in certain situations. Rape is bad. Also, having sex when you are too young to know better. If you can't afford a baby and you still take the risk of getting pregnant, that's bad as well.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 24, 2014

    Marie

    It depends i mean if you adicted yes but its whay made you

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 24, 2014

    Claire

    Se<_>x is how we came to be. How our species and many more are still alive. Needless to say, se<_>x is technically a worldly necessity. However, many people are addicted and do very strange things that have to do with se<_>x that disturb me.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 24, 2014

    Samael

    o.e I wasn't asking that like a little kid. I have my own views on sex. I was simply opening up a debate page. Just to get that clear.<br>Sex isn't bad; it's used wrong. I crack up at people who are strongly pushing the whole "sex is bad, stop sex" opinion. YOU SEEM TO ENJOY IT, SEEING AS IT WAS HOW YOU GOT HERE. Man. Newbs. o.o

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