Vol. 20 Nbr. 3, July - July 2014
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- Civil resistance: reflections on an idea whose time has come.
- Principles from the periphery: the neglected southern sources of global norms.
- Getting a seat at the table: the origins of universal participation and modern multilateral conferences.
- Southern pioneers of international development.
- Latin American countries as norm protagonists of the idea of international human rights.
- Who are the norm makers? The Asian-African conference in Bandung and the evolution of norms.
- Janus-faced NGO participation in global governance: structural constraints for NGO influence.
- Welcoming a new international human rights actor? The participation of subnational human rights institutions at the UN.
- International insulation from politics and the challenge of state building: learning from Kosovo.
- Transfrontier Conservation Areas: People Living on the Edge.
- Rough Justice: The International Criminal Court in a World of Power Politics.
- Climate Matters: Ethics in a Warming World.
- The Great Rebalancing: Trade, Conflict and the Perilous Road Ahead for the World Economy.
- America's War on Terror: The State of the 9/11 Exception from Bush to Obama.
- Aid on the Edge of Chaos: Rethinking International Cooperation in a Complex World.
- Legitimating International Organizations.