Applying the Governance-Concept to Areas of Limited Statehood: Implications for International Foreign and Security Policy

Cover: Governance Without a State? Policies and Politics in Areas of Limited Statehood

Cover: Governance Without a State? Policies and Politics in Areas of Limited Statehood

Lars Brozus – 2011

From a global as well as a historical perspective the modern nation-state is the exception rather than the rule.¹ Outside of the developed world, areas of limited statehood dominate the picture. This chapter discusses the implications of applying particular Western-style governance concepts to areas of limited statehood. I show how systematic research on governance in areas of limited statehood helps to clarify positions in the political debate about the transferability of concepts: Do they travel? And what are the results?

Titel
Applying the Governance-Concept to Areas of Limited Statehood: Implications for International Foreign and Security Policy
Verfasser
Verlag
Columbia University Press
Ort
New York
Schlagwörter
Governance-Theorie, Teilprojekt A1
Datum
2011
Kennung
ISBN 978-0231151207
Erschienen in
Risse, Thomas (ed.): Governance Without a State? Policies and Politics in Areas of Limited Statehood, 262-280.
Sprache
eng
Art
Text