Ethical Perspectives 15 (4):427-451 (2008)

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In “The coming of age of global democracy? An introduction”, Ronald Tinnevelt & Raf Geenens indicate why cosmopolitan democracy has become such a hotly debated issue within political theory, and survey some of the theoretical challenges and objections that proponents of global democracy often encounter
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