The volume begins with a critical review of three dominant models of global democracy, as they emerge from current debates and from several contributions to this book. Raffaele Marchetti (this volume) argues that the delimitation of political agency – the so-called issue of the (global) demos – is crucial and preliminary to any discussion about global democracy. He shows that the three models differ in their answers to this fundamental question, adopting the principles of political community, stakeholdership and all-inclusion respectively, and that they differ with regard to the institutional designs that they envisage, supporting regional/universal multilateralism, hybrid networks and federal integration respectively. Marchetti concludes that the cosmo-federalist model of global democracy is the most consistent with the principle of political participation.

Models of Global Democracy: In Defence of Cosmo-Federalism / Marchetti, Raffaele. - (2012), pp. 22-46.

Models of Global Democracy: In Defence of Cosmo-Federalism

MARCHETTI, RAFFAELE
2012

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The volume begins with a critical review of three dominant models of global democracy, as they emerge from current debates and from several contributions to this book. Raffaele Marchetti (this volume) argues that the delimitation of political agency – the so-called issue of the (global) demos – is crucial and preliminary to any discussion about global democracy. He shows that the three models differ in their answers to this fundamental question, adopting the principles of political community, stakeholdership and all-inclusion respectively, and that they differ with regard to the institutional designs that they envisage, supporting regional/universal multilateralism, hybrid networks and federal integration respectively. Marchetti concludes that the cosmo-federalist model of global democracy is the most consistent with the principle of political participation.
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Models of Global Democracy: In Defence of Cosmo-Federalism / Marchetti, Raffaele. - (2012), pp. 22-46.
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