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Book reviews: Venezuelan democracy, global governance

In the current issue of Governance, Jason Seawright of Northwestern University reviews Dismantling Democracy in Venezuela by Allan Brewer-Carías.  Seawright says the book provides “a detailed and polemical history of constitutional law and related legal regime issues since 1998.”  Open access to the review.

And Salvador Santino Regilme of the Freie Universität Berlin reviews Making Global Governance Effective, a volume edited by John Kirton, Marina Larionova, and Paolo Savona.  “This book is a rare gem in the field,” says Regilme, “as it comprehensively presents the burning theoretical and empirical scholarly issues about the G8 and its cooperation with other multilateral organizations.”  Open access to the review.

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February 18, 2012 at 8:33 pm

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