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Towards a new multilateralism:cultural divergence and political convergence?

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This edited book focuses on the dynamic balance between global cultural diversity and multilateral convergence in relevant policy areas that involve actual and potential policy convergences (and divergences): the environment, trade, peace and security, and human rights.


It offers theoretical reflections about the impact of the concept of multiple modernities on new ideas, cultural backgrounds, and/or national or regional particularities. An interdisciplinary team of authors combines comparative policy analysis with theoretical dialogue about the conceptual, institutional, normative, and political dimensions of a new kind of multilateral cooperation. Finally, the book concludes that by stimulating an intercultural dialogue which goes beyond a mere 'rational choice' approach, we can foster progress through a better understanding of the opportunities and limitations offered by a pluralist, varied, post-hegemonic, and multilayered form of multilateral cooperation.


This book will be of key interest to scholars and students of European/EU studies, economics, human rights, climate change, history, cultural studies, international relations, international political economy, security studies, and international law.[by back cover]


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Biography


Thomas Meyer is Professor Emeritus of Political Science at the Technical University of Dortmund, Germany, and Editor in Chief of the monthly political magazine Neue Gesellschaft/Frankfurter Hefte.


José Luís de Sales Marques is President of the Institute of European Studies of Macau (IEEM), Macau.


Mario Telò is Jean Monnet Chair of International Relations at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium, and Rome’s LUISS, and a member of the Royal Academy of Sciences, Brussels.


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Table of Contents


Introduction


Mario Telò and Thomas Meyer


PART 1: Environmental Policy, Climate Change, and Ecological Civilization


1. Meeting sustainable development goals through a paradigm shift in the world pattern


Pan Jiahua and Yang Xinran


2. China’s global ecological civilization and multilateral environmental governance


Coraline Goron


3. Chinese power sector regulation: Key lessons for developing nations


Deborah Seligsohn


Part 2: Trade Wars, Economic Cooperation, and Social Justice


4. The crisis of international trade, and its cultural and political implications: Is the EU's approach contributing to a renewal of multilateralism?


Mario Telò


5. EU-China economic and trade relations in the hard times of the world economy


Ding Chun and Zhang Xiaotong


6. Towards a comprehensive approach to trade and social justice


Renato Flôres


Part 3: Which Global Governance and Multilateral Peacekeeping?


7. Multilateralism in crisis: A European perspective


Michael Zürn


8. Human security, climate change, and migration: A European perspective


Nuno Severiano Teixeira, Joana Castro Pereira, and Susana Ferreira


PART 4: Universalism vs. Relativism in Protecting Human Rights


9. Multiple modernities and universal human rights


Thomas Meyer


10. Human rights and a 'garden' of human community in the post-globalization era


Eun-Jeung Lee


11. The crisis of multilateralism and the future of human rights


André W. M. Gerrits


PART 5: Towards a New Multilateralism: Deepening the Conceptional Dimension


12. Multilateralism via inter-practicality: Institutions and relations


Qin Yaqing

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