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The form of international regulation which dominated world politicsfor more than forty years has collapsed, while no alternative hasyet emerged. The end of the Cold War has created new opportunitiesfor developing an international order based upon the principles oflegality and democracy. But if these opportunities are not seized,there is the danger that force will again prevail in the settingsof international politics, both within Europe and beyond.
The contributors to this volume offer an analysis of thecontemporary conjuncture in international politics and present analternative model of international organization: cosmopolitandemocracy. This model is based upon the recognition of thecontinuing significance of nation-states, while arguing for a layerof governance that would constitute a limitation on nationalsovereignty. The case is made for the creation of new cosmopolitaninstitutions which would coexist with the system of states butwould override states in clearly defined spheres of activity. Theterm democracy in this context refers not merely to the formalconstruction of new democratic institutions, but also thepossibility of broad civic participation in decision-making and theredistribution of power at regional and global levels.
The six essays which comprise this volume present a highly originaloverview of the key international issues of our times as well as anovel agenda for the extension of democracy on a transnationalbasis. The contributors are Norberto Bobbio, Luigi Bonanate, MaryKaldor, David Held, Daniele Archibugi and Richard Falk.

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