List of Abbreviations and Acronyms Preface Notes on the Contributors PART I: INTRODUCTION Non-State Actors in World Politics: A Framework; W.Wallace & D.Josselin The Romance of Non-State Actors; F.Halliday PART II: NON-STATE ACTORS AND PRINCIPAL BELIEFS The Catholic Church as a Transnational Actor; D.Ryall Political Parties in a Global Age; J.Smith Non-State Actors as Moral Entrepreneurs: A Transnational Perspective on Ethics Networks; A.Colonomos PART III: EXPERTS AND INTERESTS IN GLOBAL GOVERNANCE Policy Networks, Non-State Actors and Internationalized Policymaking: A Case-study of Agricultural Trade; W.D.Coleman The 'Policy Research' Knowledge Elite and Global Policy Processes; D.Stone Transnational Corporations and Global Environmental Politics; I.Rowlands Unravelling the Faustian Bargain; Non-State Actors and the Multilateral Agreement on Investment; A.Walter Back to the Frontline? Trade Unions in a Global Age; D.Josselin PART IV: THE STATE UNDER SIEGE? Outsourcing War; C.Coker Underworld and Upperworld: Transnational Organized Crime and Global Society; M.Galeotti Diasporas in World Politics; E.Ostergaard-Nielsen Islamic Movements as Non-State Actors and Their Relevance to International Relations; K.Dalacoura PART V: CONCLUSION Non-State Actors in World Politics: The Lessons; D.Josselin & W.Wallace Index
CHRISTOPHER COKER Reader in International Relations, London School of Economics WILLIAM D. COLEMAN Professor of Political Science, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario ARIEL COLONOMOS Research Fellow, CNRS (CERI) Paris and Lecturer, Institut d'Aetudes Politiques KATERINA DALACOURA Lecturer in International Relations, London School of Economics MARK GALEOTTI Director of Organized Russian and Eurasian Crime Research Unit, Keele University FRED HALLIDAY Professor of International Relations, London School of Economics EVA A STERGAARD-NIELSEN Visiting Research Fellow, Department of International Relations, London School of Economics IAN H. ROWLANDS Associate Professor, Department of Environment and Resource Studies, University of Waterloo, Ontario DAVID RYALL Senior Research Associate, Von Hugel Institute, St Edmund's College, University of Cambridge JULIE SMITH Head of the European Programme, Royal Institute of International Affairs, Centre of International Studies, Cambridge DIANE STONE Reader in Political and International Studies, Warwick University ANDREW WALTER Senior Lecturer, International Relations, London School of Economics
DAPHN? JOSSELIN is a Lecturer in International Relations at the London School of Economics and Political Science. She is the author of Money Politics in the New Europe: Britain, France and the Single Financial Market and has published articles on the political economy of international monetary integration and the role of non-state actors in international economic governance, notably in the Journal of European Public Policy and West European Politics. WILLIAM WALLACE (Lord Stevens of Saltaire) is Professor of International Relations at the London School of Economics. He is an occasional contributor to the Guardian, the Observer, and the Financial Times, as well as to BBC television and radio programmes. He is a member of the Lords Select Committee of the European Communities, and chairs its subcommittee on Justice and Home Affairs.