Book reviews: global financial governance, regional security
“One of the few positive consequences of the global financial crisis,” Randall Germain writes in the current issue of Governance, “has been a broad upsurge in interest in the broad problem of financial governance at the global level. Germain reviews Governing Global Finance by Anthony Elson. Elson successfully outlines the technical challenges of global financial governance, German says, but needs “to engage more fully with the political dynamics at work” in this area. Read the review.
Kai Chen reviews The Security Governance of Regional Organizations, edited by Emil Joseph Kirchner and Roberto Domínguez. The book provides a comparative study of ten regional security organizations and is a “valuable contribution to the study of security governance,” Chen concludes. Read the review.