Transworld Paper No. 39 by John Peterson and Meltem Müftüler-Baç Global governance is a highly contested concept both in terms of how it is defined and the desirability of its different forms. By one view – often considered a “European” one – global governance is synonymous with formalised and “effective multilateralism.” An alternative view – [...]
Transatlantic relations and global governance
This group aims to determine the implications of the transatlantic relationship for the viability, effectiveness, and accountability of global and regional governance in the economic, security, environmental, and human rights/democracy policy domains.