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Critical Dialogue: Democratizing Global Climate Governance

Frank Biermann, Utrecht University Thirty years of national and international climate policy have not led to sufficient reductions in greenhouse gas emissions. The intergovernmental negotiation process, in particular, is widely criticized. While thousands of diplomats, […]

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The Agency and Authority of International NGOs

Sarah S. Stroup, Wendy H. Wong The study of global politics today encompasses an enormous array of actors, relationships, and processes beyond the state. The growth in the study of one nonstate actor, international nongovernmental […]

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Is War Too Easy?

Matthew Evangelista Although estimates vary, since November 2001 the United States has used armed drones—known more formally as unmanned or remotely piloted aerial vehicles—to kill several thousand people, among whom hundreds were noncombatants and perhaps […]