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(English) Cosmopolitan democracy: paths and ways (Italiano) Cosmopolitan democracy: paths and ways

  • Daniele Archibugi
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    (English) One of the recurrent criticisms to the cosmopolitan democracy project has been that it has not highlighted which are the political and social forces that will have an interest to pursue this agenda. This criticism is addressed in this paper, showing that there are a variety of actions that, in its own right, will contribute to more democratic global governance. The paper also identifies the political and social agents that may have an interest and contribute to the pursuit of each of these actions. (Italiano) One of the recurrent criticisms to the cosmopolitan democracy project has been that it has not highlighted which are the political and social forces that will have an interest to pursue this agenda. This criticism is addressed in this paper, showing that there are a variety of actions that, in its own right, will contribute to more democratic global governance. The paper also identifies the political and social agents that may have an interest and contribute to the pursuit of each of these actions.

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    Paper provided by National Research Council, Institute for Research on Population and Social Policies in its series IRPPS Working Papers with number 34:2011.

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    Date of creation: 2011
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    Handle: RePEc:cnz:wpaper:34:2011
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    1. Garrett Wallace Brown, 2011. "Bringing the State Back into Cosmopolitanism: The Idea of Responsible Cosmopolitan States," Political Studies Review, Political Studies Association, vol. 9(1), pages 53-66, January.
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