Abstract. Slaughter notices that government networks that were constituted as mechanisms of global governance could acknowledge the power of discussion and argument in helping generate high-quality solutions to complex problems. Hettne posits that governance can be exercised by state or public sector actors, but also by non-state actors. Hansen et al. explain the similarities and differences between the security strategies of Russia, Europe and the Middle East since the end of the Cold War until 2007. Drezner holds that the proliferation of rules, laws and institutional forms can have a paradoxical effect on global governance. (pp. 174–178)

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