Global Governance

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The most observable phenomena post second world war has been the rise of non-state actors such as an NGOs and others playing effective role in creating a social order through a more powerful international legal system under the provisions of global governance…

Introduction

In concise the concept of global governance provides non-state actors space in the following ways despite the complexities of its own multi-layered and multi-site system.
Beginning with the relation between international relation and global governance, international relation basically defines the politics among nation which includes their individual status, involvement and benefits as well as losses. In a nutshell, it can be derived that there is no room for non-state actors under the domain of international relation. But creating a completely different set of parameters, Global governance provides some very important positions and roles to all sorts of non-state actors namely nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), transnational corporations (TNCs), and scientists. So, we can say that Greenpeace, PETA etc. are functioning actors within the scope of global governance. There are also some other elements similar to non-state actors like civil society and business and science. And as the whole world has now become a single entity under the process of globalization, so governance and global legal order is no longer a political matter involving nations but also those who have got no country affiliation but are basically related to the world and humanity as a whole. ...
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