In this chapter, global governance is understood to mean the management of transnational issues by states, international institutions, social movements, and other relevant public and private actors through norms, laws and policies. For the issue area covered in this chapter, the normative shifts have been the most significant changes in global governance, with flow-on implications for operational, institutional and compliance elements. The focus of analysis therefore is primarily on the normative structure of the global governance of civilian atrocities.
|Title of host publication||Why Govern? Rethinking Demand and Progress in Global Governance|
|Place of Publication||United Kingdom|
|Publisher||Cambridge University Press|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|