Structural Imbalances in Global Governance System (PB-42)

Structural Imbalances in Global Governance System (PB-42)

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  • Wednesday | 08 Jan, 2014
  • Shakeel Ahmed Ramay, Mikail Toru
  • Policy Briefs/Papers
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Shakeel Ahmed Ramay, Mikail toru
What is Global Governance? 
 
Concept of global governance is generally associated with the presence or establishment of global government. Both the proponents and opponents have a plethora of documents as evidence to prove their stance, but to-date we do not have any substantial evidence to pass a final judgment. However, rather than advocating for a specific school of thought, the focus of this paper would be on the integral issue of discussing what is global governance and on its relevant conventional definitions. James Rosenau defined it as “an order without the central government or authority” (Rosenau 1992b: 7)4. Adil Najam said it’s governing the world without formal government. By using markets lenses, it can be defined as  "integration of all economic actions beyond boarders using the markets as a toll"5. I define global governance as "it's a system to secure the interest of powerful through manipulation and avoiding responsibilities, again through manipulation".