Thinking global, living local: Voices in a globalized world

Norms for Global Governance 2011

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The need to manage systemic global risks and to promote global social goods requires better global governance. The accountability of national leaders to their citizens is often in conflict with the need to act in the global public interest. This tension is apparent in problems as diverse as the global financial crisis and problems involving climate change, freshwater scarcity and ocean acidification.

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