Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -199) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
chapter 1 Introduction: the diffi culties of global democratization / ANTHONY J. LANGLOIS chapter 2 Mature democracy and global solidarity / KAROL EDWARD SOŁTAN chapter 3 From the "democracy of nations" to stakeholders-based governance systems chapter 4 Global democracy through transnational human rights / MICHAEL GOODHART chapter 5 Exploring the narratives on economic globalization: making room for democracy chapter 6 Judicial networks / JENS MEIERHENRICH chapter 7 The justice as diplomat: the foreign-policy frameworks behind the US Supreme Court's new globalism chapter 8 Trade policy openness, government spending, and democratic consolidation: a preliminary investigation chapter 9 Competitive clientalism: rethinking elections in the MENA and the prospects for democracy chapter 10 Liberal autonomy and global democracy / ANTHONY J. LANGLOIS chapter 11 Reconceiving autonomy and universality as norms for transnational democracy.