VOL. 2, NO. 2
‘Democracy in a Globalized World’
“Can Democracy be Exported?” by Daniele Archibugi
Archbugi questions the notion of democracy exportation, identifying a range of lessons learned from the American and European historical experience of nation building.
“Global Civil Society in the Global Political Arena” by Lisa Jordan
Jordan examines and assesses the emerging layer of ‘global civil society’ as a new space of democratic practice.
Mostov challenges us to think about the democratic potential to be found in ‘softening’ sovereign borders.
“Sovereignty as an Antidote to Hegemony” by Omar Dahbour
Dahbour claims that reviving the principle of sovereignty may be the best way to oppose the actions of hegemonic states that continue to violate international law.