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Publisher Description

This volume analyzes the impact of globalization on the concept of popular sovereignty and rethinks it for the transnational domain. It explores how popular sovereignty has historically determined the form of democratic citizenship and how democratic citizenship and legitimacy can be conceived in the transnational sphere in the absence of a global sovereign order. By inquiring into the new global context of popular sovereignty, the book seeks to better understand the emerging structures of global governance and their potential for democratic legitimacy. Lupel argues:


That the challenges of globalization necessitate a rethinking of the concept of popular sovereignty beyond the domain of the nation-state

That such a rethinking reveals a tension between the particularism of democratic legitimacy and the universalism of cosmopolitan politics

Critical attention to the constitutive processes of global governance must become an integral part of democratic theory in the context of globalization; and a transnational model of popular sovereignty provides the best resources for this purpose.



This book will be of interest to students and scholars of globalization, democratic theory and international relations theory.

GENRE
Politics & Current Events
RELEASED
2009
September 11
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
208
Pages
PUBLISHER
Taylor and Francis
SELLER
Taylor & Francis Group
SIZE
1.3
MB

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