Partnerships in International Policy-Making: Civil Society and Public Institutions in European and G

I ContextInternational Policy Partnerships with Civil Society: Risks and OpportunitiesGlobal GovernanceInternational Policy Partnerships with Civil Society OrganizationsControversies: Risks and OpportunitiesNotesReferencesThe Limits of Global Governance: Transnational Neopluralism in a Complex WorldGovernance as a Contested ConceptTowards Methodological TransnationalismFrom Pluralism to NeopluralismComplex Globalization and the Diffusion of PowerStrategically Situated ActorsGlobal Policy IssuesDimensions of TransformationReferencesII GlobalHow Participatory is Global Governance of Trade and Environment? The Cases of WTO and UN Climate SummitsIntroductionAn International Public Sphere: Setting a Normative BenchmarkResearch DesignAn International Public Sphere in Global Governance?Organizational ScopeIssue ScopeDegree of InclusivenessConclusionReferencesCivil Society-Public Institution Relations in Global Food Policy: The Case of FAO and the CFSOpening Up the United Nations System to Civil SocietyFood/agriculture as a Fertile Terrain for Social Movement Engagement with the UN SystemThe Reform of the Committee on World Food SecurityMaking Global Norms Work for the VulnerableBibliographyPolicy Engagement and Civil Society: The Case of IFADIntroductionBarriers to and Necessary Conditions for Creating Enabling Policy FrameworksIFAD’s Model of Country Level Policy EngagementSome Examples of Policy Engagement to Support Farmers’ Organizations’East African CommunityTajikistanLatin AmericaConclusionsNotesCan Human Rights NGOs Be Trusted in the Corridors of the United Nations and International Criminal Justice Institutions?The Government Backlash Against Human Rights NGOsWhat Role Do Human Rights NGOs Play in UN and International Criminal Justice Institutions?What are NGOs and How Many of Them Are There?When and How Did NGOs Become Involved in the UN Human Rights System and in International Criminal Justice Institutions and How Are They Accredited?How Have NGOs Influenced the Development of the UN Human Rights System and Establishment of the ICC?How Do NGOs Influence Human Rights Policy at Regional and National Levels?NGO Involvement in International Criminal Justice InstitutionsCan Human Rights NGOs Be Trusted in the Corridors of the UN and International Criminal Justice Institutions?NotesCivil Society and the UN Security Council: Advocacy on the Rwandan GenocideCivil Society and the UN Security CouncilAccessStrategiesInfluenceCivil Society Advocacy During the Rwandan GenocideThe ContextNGOs and Small and Middle PowersNGOs and UNSC Permanent MembersNGOs and Public OpinionConclusionNoteReferencesIII EUAsymmetric Patterns in the Civil Society’s Access to the European Commission: The Cases of DG FISMA and DG TRADEResearch QuestionVariables and HypothesesOperationalization and SourcesDG FISMA and the Financial Services’ Policy-IssuesExpert GroupsConsultationsCommission FundingOn the DG TradeExpert GroupsConsultationsConclusionNotesReferencesEuropean Commission’s Sing-along: Civil Society as a Last Resort in the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme Debate— The Case DG CLIMAPolicy Context: EU ETS for AviationThe Role of eNGOs in the ETS DebateEU Environmental NGOs and AviationDis/engagementAmerican eNGOs and the ECConclusionsNotesReferencesCivil Society in the EU Development and Human Rights Agenda: The Case of DG DEVCO-EIDHRThe European Union and Human RightsEU Development and Human Rights Agenda and the Role of Civil SocietyDG DEVCO and the Support to Civil Society Under the EIDHREIDHR and its Implementation: Evidence from Kazakh Civil SocietyConclusionAcronymsNotesBibliographyFrom Window-dressing to Windows of Opportunity: Civil Society Actors in the EU Security Regime—The Case of DG HOMESetting the Stage: Civil Society Organizations in a Contentious Policy FieldThe Institutional Dimension: Goal Ambiguity in EU Security ResearchThe Conceptual Dimension: Mainstream Understandings of Science & Technology Research and InnovationThe Organizational Dimension: CSOs in the Stakeholders’ EcosystemOutlook: Opening a Window of Opportunity for CSOsNotesReferencesNGOs and the EU’s Responses to Emergencies and Crises. An Analysis of ECHO’s and Member States’ SupportThe Humanitarian System: Trends and InnovationsNGOs and EU Aid PolicyNGOs, ECHO, and Member States: Cooperation or Conflict?ConclusionsNoteReferencesIV ControversiesForeign Government Support for Threatened Civil Societies: Helpful or Harmful?Definitions and Other PreliminariesScope and Background of Civil Society SupportOvert Goals and Logic of Civil Society SupportIndirect and Direct Means of Civil Society SupportProblems With Civil Society SupportExplaining Civil Society SupportConclusionNotesBibliographyForeign Policy by Proxy: Democracy and Human Rights Promotion through an Engagement with Civil SocietyEU Engagement with Civil SocietyEU Foreign Policy through Civil SocietyControversiesConclusionsNoteReferencesFeeding the Trojan Horse: International Aid Policies in support to NGOs (1990-2015)Aid as a (New) Tool of (Traditional) International Power PoliticsOperationalizing the Category of State AidThe category of aid has proven to be well suited to this purpose.Politics of International Aid after the end of Bipolarism (Post-War and Post-Soviet Transitions)The International Aid to NGOs in Transition ScenariosNotes
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