Global Governance and Terrorism
Makinda, S.M. (2003) Global Governance and Terrorism. Global Change, Peace & Security, 15 (1). pp. 43-58.
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While the events of 11 September 2001 violated universally accepted rules, norms and institutions, US unilateralism since then has threatened the vitality of global governance. By weakening the rules, norms and institutions that constitute global governance, the George W. Bush administration has inadvertently created more room for future terrorism. What the United States and international society should do to undermine the bases of terrorism is to enhance international rules, norms and institutions. Global governance is the most effective antidote against terror.
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