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Summary of the week

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This week has defined the borders of global governance, highlighting the 4 types of interdependence addressed by global governance (between sectors of activity, domains of activity, territories and across time), as well as the limits of governance mechanisms.

Now that we understand what is global governance, and why and to what extent global governance mechanisms are necessary, we will assess next week the variety of tools used to regulate the behavior of different stakeholders.

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