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IDS Bulletin 37.1

China and India as Emerging Global Governance Actors: Challenges for Developing and Developed Countries

Published on 1 January 2006

The debate on global governance that intensified at the end of the Cold War reflected the recognition that accelerating globalisation was creating crossborder and global problems that could not be solved within the ambit of nation states pursuing go-italone policies.

Rather, these problems needed to be tackled politically on the basis of new forms of ‘governance beyond the nation state’ (Zürn 1998; Rosenau 1997; Nye and Donahue 2000; Kennedy et al. 2002).

International financial crises, banking regulation, global climate change, international property rights, migration flows, humanitarian
interventions and the fight against transnational terrorism have increasingly become the objects of global policy processes, along with continued concern with long-established questions such as the international trade regime.

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Humphrey, J. and Messner, D. (2006) China and India as Emerging Global Governance Actors: Challenges for Developing and Developed Countries. IDS Bulletin 37(1): 107-114

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John Humphrey

Professorial Fellow

Dirk Messner

Publication details

journal
IDS Bulletin, volume 37, issue 1
doi
10.1111/j.1759-5436.2006.tb00253.x
language
English

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