Since the turn of the millennium the question of resistance to the liberal project of global governance has come to occupy centre stage in global and international politics. The mass demonstrations at the WTO summit in Seattle in 1999, the 11 September 2001 attacks on New York and Washington and the Bush administration's ambivalent attitude to multilateralism can all be thought of as conspicuous examples of the growing challenge to global governance. This book provides a wide-ranging series of analyses of this challenge. Including case studies on peace processes in Bosnia, Northern Ireland and the Middle East, on the anti-globalization movement and the global regulation of finance, information and the environment, Global Governance, Conflict and Resistance paints a vivid and original picture of the nature, power and limitations of contemporary global governance.

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