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Volume 22 Index Global Governance 22 (2016), 603–604 Acharya, Amitav, “The Future of Global Governance: Fragmentation May Be In- evitable and Creative,” no. 4 (Oct.–Dec.), pp. 453–460. Agné, Hans, “Accountability’s Effect: Reaction Speed and Legitimacy in Global Governance,” no. 4 (Oct.–Dec.), pp. 575–594. Baumann, Franz, “United Nations Management—An Oxymoron?” no. 4 (Oct.– Dec.), pp. 461–472. Bazbauers, Adrian, “The World Bank as a Development Teacher,” no. 3 (Jul.– Sept.), pp. 409–426. Bosco, David, “Palestine in The Hague: Justice, Geopolitics, and the International Criminal Court,” no. 1 (Jan.–Mar.), pp. 155–172. Brereton, Victoria, and Bonita Ayuko, “Negotiating Security: Sudan’s Compre- hensive Peace Agreement and Kenya’s Political Accord,” no. 1 (Jan.–Mar.), pp. 135–154. Chin, Gregory T. “Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank: Governance Innovation and Prospects,” no. 1 (Jan.–Mar.), pp. 11–26. Clegg, Liam, “Contesting Sovereignty: Informal Governance and the Battle over Military Expenditure at the IMF,” no. 1 (Jan.–Mar.), pp. 117–134. De Soto, Alvaro, and Graciana del Castillo, “Obstacles to Peacebuilding Revis- ited,” no. 2 (Apr.–June), pp. 209–228. Fox, Oliver, and Peter Stoett, “Citizen Participation in the UN Sustainable Devel- opment Goals Process: Toward Democratic Governance?” no. 4 (Oct.–Dec.), pp. 555–574. Freeland, Valerie, “How Not to Be Seen: Highly Vulnerable States and the Inter- national Politics of Invisibility,” http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations Brill

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Global Governance 22 (2016), 603–604 Acharya, Amitav, “The Future of Global Governance: Fragmentation May Be In- evitable and Creative,” no. 4 (Oct.–Dec.), pp. 453–460. Agné, Hans, “Accountability’s Effect: Reaction Speed and Legitimacy in Global Governance,” no. 4 (Oct.–Dec.), pp. 575–594. Baumann, Franz, “United Nations Management—An Oxymoron?” no. 4 (Oct.– Dec.), pp. 461–472. Bazbauers, Adrian, “The World Bank as a Development Teacher,” no. 3 (Jul.– Sept.), pp. 409–426. Bosco, David, “Palestine in The Hague: Justice, Geopolitics, and the International Criminal Court,” no. 1 (Jan.–Mar.), pp. 155–172. Brereton, Victoria, and Bonita Ayuko, “Negotiating Security: Sudan’s Compre- hensive Peace Agreement and Kenya’s Political Accord,” no. 1 (Jan.–Mar.), pp. 135–154. Chin, Gregory T. “Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank: Governance Innovation and Prospects,” no. 1 (Jan.–Mar.), pp. 11–26. Clegg, Liam, “Contesting Sovereignty: Informal Governance and the Battle over Military Expenditure at the IMF,” no. 1 (Jan.–Mar.), pp. 117–134. De Soto, Alvaro, and Graciana del Castillo, “Obstacles to Peacebuilding Revis- ited,” no. 2 (Apr.–June), pp. 209–228. Fox, Oliver, and Peter Stoett, “Citizen Participation in the UN Sustainable Devel- opment Goals Process: Toward Democratic Governance?” no. 4 (Oct.–Dec.), pp. 555–574. Freeland, Valerie, “How Not to Be Seen: Highly Vulnerable States and the Inter- national Politics of Invisibility,”

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