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Gobal_Governance_coverThe Global Governance Journal is published quarterly by Lynne Rienner Publishers in association with ACUNS. The journal is currently hosted by the One Earth Future Foundation for a five year term (2014-2018).

About the Journal

  • Global Governance is an interdisciplinary journal with a global focus
  • Authors interested in submitting articles should follow the guidelines on the Lynne Rienner webpage
  • More information on article submissions and book reviews can be found on the One Earth Future webpage
  • A subscription to Global Governance and electronic access to the journal are two of the benefits of becoming an ACUNS member



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    Global Governance: Volume 20, Issue 1, 2014

    Contents The Next Phase in the Consolidation and Expansion of Global Governance Ramesh Thakur, Brian Job, Mónica Serrano and Diana Tussie The Global Forum Global […]

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  • Global Governance Journal

    Global Governance Journal

    About Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations Global Governance showcases the expertise of leading scholars and practitioners concerned with the processes of […]

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  • Editors 2014-2018

    Editors 2014-2018

    These distinguished scholars and practitioners were chosen for their expertise across the broad range of the study and practice of global governance. The editors have […]

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  • Submission Guidelines

    Submission Guidelines

    For the most recent submission guidelines, see Submission Guidelines (Lynne Rienner Publishers)  If you are an author or publisher with a new book for review, please […]

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  • Preview of Volume 20, Issue 1

    Preview of Volume 20, Issue 1

    The following is cross-posted from One Earth Future‘s blog, and is written by Roberta Spivak, the Managing Editor of the journal Global Governance: A Review of […]

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  • Electronic Access

    Electronic Access

    Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organization ACUNS members have electronic access to Global Governance: A review of Multilateralism and International Organization. Before […]

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  • Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon take a moment in GA 200 with his advisors

    Global Governance: Volume 16, Issue 4, 2010

    Contents Global Insights Situating the UN Democracy Fund (pp. 423-434) Strategic Planning in the Executive Office of the UN Secretary-General (pp. 435-449) Articles The “Monster […]

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  • Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon at the  headquarters of the WTO in Geneva during the WTO Public Forum “ Why Trade Matters to Everyone ”. Wednesday 1 October 2014. UN Photo/ Jean-Marc Ferré

    Global Governance: Volume 16, Issue 3, 2010

    Contents Introduction: International Migration and Global Governance (pp. 301-315) Global Insights The Global Financial and Economic Crisis and Migration Governance (pp. 317-321) Global Governance: Migration’s […]

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  • The Secretary-General meets with  children in Gaza who suffered serious injuries during the conflict.

    Global Governance: Volume 16, Issue 2, 2010

    Contents The Goldstone Report on the Gaza Conflict: An Agora (pp. 139-207) Global Insights Addressing the Perils of Peace Operations: Toward a Global Peacekeeping System […]

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  • 5 hectares of unused land has been converted into “Agricultural park” with UNDP support in Altai mountains. 

Altai Sayan UNDP project aims at conserving and sustaining globally significant biodiversity in Mongolia’s Altai Sayan eco-region.

These photographs depict the families working in the sea buckthorn field and shows their living conditions in a ger (Mongolian traditional tent).

    Global Governance: Volume 16, Issue 1, 2010

    Contents Enhancing International Cooperation: Between History and Necessity (pp. 1-12) Global Insights Strategic Approaches to Reintegration: Lessons Learned from Liberia (pp. 13-20) Constituting Global Leadership: […]

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