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Book Launch: Regionalized Governance in the Global South
November 1 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Book Launch: Regionalized Governance in the Global South with Brooke Coe and Kathryn Nash
When: Wednesday 01 November, 16:00 – 17:00
Where: Moot Court Room, Old College
In their new Element, Dr Brooke Coe and Dr Kathryn Nash question division of labour and concentration of authority among intergovernmental organizations by examining multilevel governance in the Global South. Their work focuses on the policy domains of peace and security and human rights in Africa and Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), and their central finding is that the extent of governance regionalization varies across regions and issue areas. In the domain of peace and security, governance is most regionalized in Africa. In the domain of human rights protection, governance is most regionalized in the LAC region. Given the phenomenon of regional specialization, the Element makes the case for the greater explanatory power of regional drivers of regional institutional development.
At this event to launch their minibook, Dr Coe and Dr Nash will present their research and answer questions. They’ll also discuss their plans to make their dataset public and the need for further research on divisions of governance in a multi-level international system. The Element is available open access at https://www.cambridge.org/core/elements/regionalized-governance-in-the-global-south/27ACE026649675E3A40E37989F9ACD10.