ABSTRACT. Slaughter catalogues the more specific ways in which government networks respond to global problems and could do so even more creatively and effectively in the future. Grant and Barysch hold that the EU will follow the US in using more “antisubsidy” tariffs to keep out Chinese goods that are deemed artificially cheap because of improper state aid. Laffey contends that Chomsky’s political writings are a significant resource for thinking about contemporary world politics. Kedourie states that nationalism is a doctrine that pretends to supply a criterion for the determination of the unit of population proper to enjoy a government exclusively its own. (pp. 184–188)

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