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Commonwealth: Inter- and Non-State Contributions to Global Governance

@inproceedings{Shaw2007CommonwealthIA,
  title={Commonwealth: Inter- and Non-State Contributions to Global Governance},
  author={Timothy M. Shaw},
  year={2007}
}
  • T. Shaw
  • Published 2007
  • Political Science
Introduction 1. Commonwealth(s) - Inter- and Non-State: How Compatible? 2. From Decolonization to Democratization: Beyond the Extended Family to Post-Imperial Nation-Building? 3. Commonwealths Today: Towards Human Development, Human Rights and Human Security? 4. Commonwealths' Discourses and Directions: Pro- and/or Anti-Globalizations? 5. Commonwealths and the Competition: What Niches? 6. Commonwealths and the Future. Appendix 1: Official Commonwealth Membership and Year of Joining. Appendix 2… Expand
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