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

par Brown, Mark Malloch.
Materialtype: materialTypeLabelLivreÉditeur : New York, N. Y. : The Penguin Press, 2011Description : 260 p. ; 25 cm.ISBN : 9781594201776.Sujet(s) : International relations | World politics -- 21st centuryClassification Dewey : 327.1 B879
Contenus :
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.
Abrégé : 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.
Type de document Site actuel Cote Statut Date de retour prévue
Main / Collection principale 327.1 B879 (Parcourir l'étagère) Disponible

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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