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About Anne-Marie Slaughter

Anne-Marie Slaughter is dean of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University.

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

A covenant to make global governance work

David Held’s impressive vision of “social democratic globalisation” needs a detailed mapping of the kind of policies and outcomes that would make cosmopolitan global governance work. A route towards it, argue Anne-Marie Slaughter and Thomas N Hale, is by bringing cosmopolitanism and nationalism into a new, shared frame of reference.

Hardt & Negri's 'Multitude': the worst of both worlds

The latest neo-Marxist extravaganza by the authors of “Empire” fails to deliver the global governance model the world needs, say Anne-Marie Slaughter & Thomas Hale.

China's past, America's future?

Can America combine power with modesty? In the first in a new series in which original voices from around the world exchange letters with Americans, the leader of the Chinese democracy movement Wei Jingsheng writes to Anne-Marie Slaughter, Dean of the Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton.

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