Inequality, Globalization, and World Politics by Andrew Hurrell

Inequality, Globalization, and World Politics

EditorAndrew Hurrell, Ngaire Woods

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Inequality is becoming an urgent issue of world politics at the end of the twentieth century. Globalization is not only exacerbating the gap between rich and poor in the world but is also further dividing those states and peoples that have political power and influence from those without.While the powerful shape more `global' rules and norms about investment, military security, environmental and social policy and the like, the less powerful are becoming `rule-takers', often of rules or norms they cannot or will not enforce. The consequences for world politics are profound. The evidence presented in Inequality, Globalization, and World Politics suggests that globalization is creating sharper, more urgent problems for states and international institutions to deal with. Yet at the same time, investigations into eight core areas of world politics suggest that growinginequality is reducing the capacity of governments and existing international organizations to manage these problems effectively. The eight areas surveyed include: international order, international law, welfare and social policy, global justice, regionalism and multilateralism, environmentalprotection, gender equality, military power, and security.

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Title:Inequality, Globalization, and World PoliticsFormat:PaperbackPublished:March 1, 1999Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198295669

ISBN - 13:9780198295662

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Table of Contents

Introduction1. Ngaire Woods: Order, Globalization, and Inequality2. Charles Oman: Globalization, Regionalization, and Inequality3. Benedict Kingsbury: Sovereignty and Inequality4. Christine Chinkin: Gender Inequality and International Human Rights Law5. Michael Redclift and Colin Sage: Resources, Environmental Degradation, and Inequality6. Frances Stewart and Albert Berry: Globalization, Liberalization, and Inequality: Expectations and Experience7. David Miller: Justice and Global Inequality8. Bob Deacon: Social Policy in a Global Context9. Andrew Hurrell: Security and Inequality

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`The book can be read by non-experts and is written without jargon.' Paul Hirst, The Royal Inst. of Int. Affairs, Vol.76, No. 4, Oct. 00.