Transnational civil society and informal public spheres in the nuclear non-proliferation regime
Scholars charting the emergence of transnational public spheres often focus on the socio-spatial sites that are generated by Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) in their interactions with the institutions of global governance. These sites can either reflect strong public spheres within the formal decision-making structures of international regimes, or segmented and general public spheres on their periphery. In practice, they all suffer key democratic deficiencies in either the ability to...[Show more]
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