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Roundtable on Global Government


An exchange on Global Government Revisited: From Utopian Dream to Political Imperative.


A headshot of Daniele Archibugi
Daniele Archibugi
We can turn the tide against isolationism by better articulating how political integration can benefit the many, not just the few.
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A headshot of Andreas Bummel
Andreas Bummel
The Westphalian state-centric system has become hopelessly outdated in a time of deep interdependence, and shared nuclear and climate risks.
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A headshot of Joan Cocks
Joan Cocks
World government, while needed, would be prone to the kinds of political conflicts, interests, and power struggles we see at the national level.
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A headshot of Lucie Edwards
Lucie Edwards
Short of global government, we are likely to see an expanding constellation of international governance arrangements that can address global problems to a helpful.
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A headshot of Arturo Escobar
Arturo Escobar
Incorporating insights stemming from grassroots struggle can infuse global governance frameworks with a more radical, and promising, political edge.
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A headshot of Richard Falk
Richard Falk
Without transforming both the economic and ideological premises of state-centrism, there is little chance of moving toward the vision Cabrera lays out.
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A headshot of Sylvia Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen
Sylvia Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen
To make such a vision a reality, we need to build a sense of global community through education and hold governments accountable to their promises in the international sphere.
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A headshot of George Liodakis
George Liodakis
The prospects for effective and democratic world government depend on progress in transcending the capitalist system.
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A headshot of Joseph E. Schwartzberg
Joseph E. Schwartzberg
A workable design for a democratic world government system is at hand.
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A headshot of Allen White
Allen White
To get beyond the gradualism and timidity of today’s international institutions, we’ll need a robust global movement.
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A headshot of Luis Cabrera
Author's Response
Luis Cabrera addresses points raised by the contributors to this roundtable discussion. Read