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The unfinished global revolution : the pursuit of a new international politics / Mark Malloch-Brown.

by Brown, Mark Malloch.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York, N. Y. : The Penguin Press, 2011Description: 260 p. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9781594201776.Subject(s): International relations | World politics -- 21st centuryDDC classification: 327.1 B879
Contents:
Events -- Home schooling -- United Nations dreams -- Glimpses of success -- Great expectations -- The money crisis -- Joining up democracy and development -- All change -- The end of the affair -- San Francisco II -- Two thousand and eight and all that -- Compass points -- The global promise.
Summary: Mark Malloch-Brown, a former United Nations deputy secretary general, discusses the central problem that the world faces in the twenty-first century, explaining how as the world becomes more connected it also becomes less governed, and examining the abilities of national governments to address complex global issues.
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Main / Collection principale 327.1 B879 (Browse shelf) Available

Winter 2011 Selected Accessions List.

Includes bibliographical references (p. [247]-248) and index.

Events -- Home schooling -- United Nations dreams -- Glimpses of success -- Great expectations -- The money crisis -- Joining up democracy and development -- All change -- The end of the affair -- San Francisco II -- Two thousand and eight and all that -- Compass points -- The global promise.

Mark Malloch-Brown, a former United Nations deputy secretary general, discusses the central problem that the world faces in the twenty-first century, explaining how as the world becomes more connected it also becomes less governed, and examining the abilities of national governments to address complex global issues.

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