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Accountable Global Governance Organizations  

Jonathan G. S. Koppell

Print publication date:
May 2014
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Aug 2014
Governance is about creating processes and structures that constrain and regulate behavior. There is a wide variety of global governance organizations. Global governance organizations have ... More

Accountable International Relations  

Michael Goodhart

Print publication date:
May 2014
Online publication date:
Aug 2014
The demand for more accountable international relations is really a demand for greater legitimacy. While many transnational actors are highly accountable, they lack legitimacy because they ... More

Complementarity and Convergence?: Women, Peace and Security and Counterterrorism  

Naureen Chowdhury Fink and Alison Davidian

Print publication date:
Feb 2018
Online publication date:
Dec 2017
This chapter analyses the gender dimension of terrorism and counterterrorism efforts. It explores women’s roles as both supporters and preventers of terrorism. It tracks the increasing ... More

The Global Politics of Healthcare Reform  

Solomon Benatar, David Sanders, and Stephen Gill

This chapter analyses the political influences that shaped reform of healthcare service provision and financing during four decades of neoliberal capitalist dominance, with its emphasis on ... More

Military Assistance during Health Emergencies  

Adam Kamradt-Scott and Frank Smith

The participation of military personnel in health-related activities remains highly controversial. Drawing on four case studies that extend from peacetime to post-conflict situations, this ... More

The Politics of Pandemic Influenza Preparedness  

Adam Kamradt-Scott

This chapter explores the ideas, concepts, norms, and agendas that have shaped the structures and actors governing the field of pandemic influenza preparedness. It begins by tracing the ... More

Security and Health  

Simon Rushton

This chapter examines and critiques how diseases have come to be seen as national and international security threats, beginning with a brief look at the long history of disease as a threat ... More

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