Contents: Dries Lesage/Pierre Vercauteren: Introduction – Dries Lesage: Global Governance and Multipolarity. An Exploration
of the Challenge – Gustaaf Geeraerts/Jonathan Holslag: China Engages the World – Andrei P. Tsygankov: Russia in Global Governance.
Multipolarity or Multilateralism – Ian Taylor: Growing Multipolarity, Coalitions and Global Governance. The India-Brazil-South
Africa Dialogue Forum – Elena Atanassova-Cornelis: Redefining National Interest. Japanese Security Policy and the Challenge
of Global Governance – Sven Biscop: Global Public Goods. Engine of a Comprehensive EU Security Strategy – Pierre Vercauteren:
Which Relationships Exist between Global Governance and Global Democracy? Convergence or Divergence? – Barbara Delcourt/Nina
Wilén: The Creation of a Democratic Caucus within the UN and the Reform of the Human Rights Commission – Tine Vandervelden:
The UN at 60. Assessing the Feasibility of a Global Security Consensus – Teun Van de Voorde: Between Discourse and Reality.
The United Nations Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy – Francine Mestrum: Development and Poverty, Peace and Security. Poverty
Reduction and Millennium Development Goals in the Framework of Global Governance – Yves Palau: The Concept of Public Governance
within the OECD. A Standard for Rationalising Policies – James N. Rosenau: Conclusions. Governing the Ungovernable. The Challenge
of a Global Disaggregation of Authority.