Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have enjoyed a meteoric rise on the world stage over the past decade. The Cold War and the Westphalian system at its zenith marginalized NGOs insofar as they merited any form of attention through a state-centred lens. Globalization, by contrast, has centred them as key international actors, and the emergence of NGOs comprises a central feature of the new structure of international decision-making. In a mere 15 years, NGOs have moved from being an actor not widely recognized among academics, policymakers, or the public, to one...
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