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Accountability and abuses of power in world politics

Ruth Weissbourd Grant

Accountability and abuses of power in world politics

by Ruth Weissbourd Grant

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Published by Institute for International Law and Justice, New York University School of Law in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International law,
  • Government accountability,
  • Transparency in government

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementRuth W. Grant and Robert O. Keohane.
    SeriesInternational law and justice working papers -- 2004/7, Global administrative law series
    ContributionsKeohane, Robert O. 1941-, New York University. Institute for International Law and Justice.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKZ3900 .G73 2004
    The Physical Object
    Pagination36 p. ;
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23622907M
    LC Control Number2009287729

      A critic might say, however, that it is a category mistake to talk about accountability in world politics. The only realistic way to limit abuses of power in world politics, in this view, would be to impose coercive constraints on the potential abuser: to rely on the balance of power, or on economic constraints. There is something in this. As a pioneer myself in the field of personal responsibility, I applaud the work Mark has done to place the spotlight on the Power of Personal Accountability. This book is truly indispensable."RUSSELL BISHOP, editorial director, The Huffington Post/5(21).

      Ruth Grant and Robert Keohane, ‘Accountability and Abuses of Power in World Politics’ () 99 American Political Science Review 19 Christiane Albhorne, ‘Remedies against International Organizations – A Relational Account of International Responsibility’ in Dan Sarooshi (ed), Remedies and Responsibility for the Actions of IOs Author: Kristen E Boon, Frédéric Mégret.   International bargaining, endogenous domestic constraints, and democratic accountability. International bargaining, endogenous domestic constraints, and democratic accountability Show all authors. Accountability and abuses of power in world by: 2.

    In ethics and governance, accountability is answerability, blameworthiness, liability, and the expectation of account-giving. As an aspect of governance, it has been central to discussions related to problems in the public sector, nonprofit and private and individual leadership roles, accountability is the acknowledgment and assumption of responsibility for actions, .   The highly anticipated investigative bombshell book Profiles in Corruption: Abuse of Power by America’s Progressive Elite hit #1 on Amazon Saturday, despite the fact that the book’s official release is still over a week away. When Axios and Breitbart News first reported about the book’s unveiling by publisher HarperCollins on Thursday.


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GRANT Duke University ROBERT O. KEOHANE Princeton University Debates about globalization have centered on calls to improve accountability to limit abuses of power in world politics. How should we think about global accountability in the absence of global Accountability and abuses of power in world politics book.

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Part III Global Governance and Democratic Accountability: Democratic accountability and political effectiveness from a cosmopolitan perspective, David Held; Accountability and abuses of power in world politics, Ruth W. Grant and Robert O. Keohane; The accountability of government networks, Anne-Marie Slaughter; Democratizing the International.

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Accountability and Abuses of Power in W orld P olitics February have obligations to act in ways that are consistent with accepted standards of behavior and that they will. Accountability in World Politics 1. Robert O. Keohane. Corresponding Author. Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University, Robertson Hall, Princeton, NJUSA Second, we should define feasible objectives such as limiting potential abuses of power, rather than aspiring to participatory democracy Cited by: / Accountability and Abuses of Power in World Politics; Debates about globalization have centered on calls to improve accountability to limit abuses of power inworld uldwe think about global accountability in the absence of global democracy.

Who should hold whom to account and according to what standards. Woodrow Wilson. Accountability in World Politics 1 Robert O. Keohane* World politics has never been a democratic realm. Now, with interdependence and globalization The most comprehensive statement of my perspective on world politics is in my book, After Hegemony: Cooperation and Discord in the World Accountability and Abuses of PowerFile Size: 75KB.

Grant, Ruth W. and Keohane, Robert O., ‘ Accountability and Abuses of Power in World Politics ’ () 99 American Political Science Review 29 Gray, John, Enlightenment's Wake: Politics and Culture at the Close of the Modern Age (London: Routledge, ). Political accountability forms a cornerstone of modern democracy: it directs the political system towards the public interest and allows the exercise of the principles of autonomy and self-determination that lie at the core of democratic politics.

Sadly, existing democracies, with their Price: $ American Political Science Review Vol. 99, No. 1 February Accountability and Abuses of Power in World Politics RUTH W. GRANT Duke University ROBERT O. KEOHANE Princeton University D ebates about globalization have centered on calls to improve accountability to limit abuses of power in world politics.

We identify seven types of accountability mechanisms and consider their applicability to states, NGOs, multilateral organizations, multinational corporations, and transgovernmental networks.

By disaggregating the problem in this way, we hope to identify opportunities for improving protections against abuses of power at the global level. The accountability of power can. executives, or civil servants – will abuse power. Accountability, Politics, and Power, Table 1 Types of accountability systems.

This volume collects the main contributions to current debates on political accountability. It explores the challenges traditional conventions of accountability face today at the domestic, trans- and international levels and indicates the distinctive solutions those challenges Edition: 1st Edition.

For examples, I use Ruth Grant and Robert Keohane, “Accountability and Abuses of Power in World Politics,” American Political Science Review Author: Mathias Risse. accountability-based criticisms in world politics are often misplaced, accountability is a meaningful concept.

Properly applied, it can be a useful tool to limit abuses of power. To explore his ideas further, Katzenstein began a book project, which he co-edited with former PhD student Lucia A. Seybert, Power in Uncertainty: Exploring the Unexpected in World Politics (Cambridge University Press, ).

The book includes writings by Katzenstein and by other scholars applying his theory to a wide range of issues from human. Political accountability forms a cornerstone of modern democracy: it directs the political system towards the public interest and allows the exercise of the principles of autonomy and self-determination that lie at the core of democratic politics.

.I POLITICAL ACCOUNTABILITY AND REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRACY `The Authority of Democracy', Journal of Political Philosophy, 12, pp. / Thomas Christiano `Three Conceptions of Democratic Control', Constellations, 15, pp.

/ Philip Pettit `Democratic Legitimacy and Official Discretion', Philosophy and Public Affairs, 21, pp. Accountability and abuses of power in world politics By Ruth W.

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