Who rules the world? Global governance: questions of history and theory

History, Philosophy

Shapovalov V.F. / monograph. - M .: Publishing house "SCIENTIFIC LIBRARY", 2015. - 212 p.

ISBN 978-5-906660-48-0

The book in a concise and accessible form sets out current issues in the history and theory of global governance. The concept of global governance is formulated, the main subjects of global governance, the goals of global governance are considered. For the first time in the domestic literature, the role of local civilizations in the global governance system is analyzed, the fundamental goal of global governance is formulated, the main stages of its historical evolution, the criteria of effectiveness are considered. The book is addressed to a wide range of readers, and will also be useful for undergraduate and graduate students of universities in the study of social philosophy, world politics, political science, theory of government and a number of other subjects of the social and humanitarian cycle.


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