Part 1: Critical Approaches to Global Governance 1: Anna Triandafyllidou: Global Governance from Regional Perspectives: A Critical View 2: Andrew Hurrell: Can the Study of Global Governance be De-Centered? 3: Gaby Umbach: Measuring (Global) Governance: The Potential, the Practical, and the Problematic Assessment of Governance Within and Beyond the State 4: Daniele Archibugi: Democracy and Global Governance: The Internal and External Levers Part 2: Regional Perspectives on Global Governance 5: Nida Alahmad: A Perspective from the Middle East: Governance and the Problem of Knowledge 6: Thomas Kwasi Tieku and Linnea Gelot: An African Perspective on Global Governance 7: Elena Belokurova: A Russian Perspective on Global Governance 8: Neil Duggan, Wei Shen, and Joern-Carsten Gottwald: Global Governance with Chinese Characteristics? 9: Jose Antonio Sanahuja: A 'Rashomon' Story: Latin American Views and Discourses of Global Governance and Multilateralism 10: Thomas Christiansen: The European Union and Global Governance 11: Roberto Dominguez: Global Governance in the United States 12: Anna Triandafyllidou: Pluralising Global Governance: Achievements and Challenges Ahead
Professor Anna Triandafyllidou directs the Research Area on Cultural Pluralism, the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, at the European University Institute. She is Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of the Immigrant and Refugee Studies. Her publications include The Routledge Handbook of Immigration and Refugee Studies (Routledge, 2016), What is Europe? (with R. Gropas, Palgrave, 2015), and Circular Migration Between Europe and its Neighbourhood (OUP, 2013).