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Conclusions - Global Politics for the Common Good

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  10 December 2019

Peter Newell
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University of Sussex
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The concluding chapter pulls together key elements of a Green vision for global politics. It summarises the basis o a Green alternative in each of the areas covered in the book: security, economy, the state, global governance, development and sustainability. Recognising diversity of views and multiple theories of change, it suggests critical areas where this vision can be taken forward around the renewal of democracy and subsidiarity, by recommoning and economic democracy, by building new alliances and pursuing just transitions. The politics of the twenty-first century are and will be the politics of sustainability. The question for all of us is: whose politics and on whose terms?

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Global Green Politics , pp. 210 - 226
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2019

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