Non-State Actors in World Politics
Edition: 2001 (Revised)
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List price: $53.00
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Publication date: 10/25/2001
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|notes On Contributors|
|Abbreviations and Acronyms|
|Non-State Actors in World Politics: a Framework|
|The Romance of Non-State Actors|
|Non-State Actors and Principled Beliefs|
|The Catholic Church as a Transnational Actor|
|Political Parties in a Global Age|
|Non-State Actors as Moral Entrepreneurs: a Transnational Perspective on Ethics Networks|
|Experts and Interests in Global Governance|
|Policy Networks, Non-State Actors and Internationalized Policy-Making: a Case Study of Agricultural Trade|
|The 'Policy Research' Knowledge Elite and Global Policy Processes|
|Transnational Corporations and Global Environmental Politics|
|Unravelling the Faustian Bargain: Non-State Actors and the Multilateral Agreement on Investment|
|Back to the Front Line? Trade Unions in a Global Age|
|The State under Siege?|
|Underworld and Upperworld: Transnational Organized Crime and Global Society|
|Diasporas in World Politics|
|Islamist Movements as Non-State Actors and Their Relevance to International Relations|
|Non-State Actors in World Politics: the Lessons|