A New World Order
An exploration of the way in which a new world order can be built on the framework established through the international organization system.
# 114976 | 2,420 words | 1 source | MLA | 2009 |
Published on Jul 01, 2009 in Political Science (Political Theory) , European Studies (European Union) , International Relations (General)
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The paper explores the establishment of a possible new world order in light of Anne Slaughter's article on transgovernamentalism entitled 'The Real New World Order'. An assessment, through a series of examples, is made regarding the viability of her thesis as well as her own supporting arguments. The paper explains that Slaughter argues that the state, although it represents a national entity, can cooperate through its own institutions in a transnational manner. The paper concludes by considering that a possible solution for the framing of a new world order may be the political and institutional implementation of the theory of transgovernamentalism, a solution that despite its minor issues, may cater for the cooperation needs of the decades to come.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Slaughter, A. 1997. 'The real new world order'. Foreign Affairs. vol. 76, no. 3, pp 183-197.
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