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Governance: Local Administration and Development. An Overview of Governance Concepts. Discussion. Note: Each week Be Prepared to Discuss one Item in the Discussion Section of the Readings. Assessment. Governance Issues.

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    1. Governance:Local Administration and Development An Overview of Governance Concepts

    2. Discussion • Note: Each week Be Prepared to Discuss one Item in the Discussion Section of the Readings

    3. Assessment

    4. Governance Issues • Nature of the Debate: Three Tracks- all link up to Governance and Democracy Debate • Governance • Civil Society • Local Government

    5. Governance, and theLocal State • Sovereignty • Authority to Govern (Ostrom) • Presumption of Independence • A National Government status given by International Community and by use of International Law

    6. But? Haiti Earthquake, January 12, 2010

    7. Sovereignty vs. Globalization • Transnational Governance Systems • Haiti: 2,000 civilian and 9,000 military forces (International Forces)- To Deal with an Earthquake • Transnational Governance or the New Imperial Model

    8. UN Blue Hats

    9. Overview The Governance Concept: Issues 1. Sovereignty- Legal Autonomy (International Law- Defined by Diplomacy) 2. Democracy vs. Governance (Institutions) VIDEO

    10. Governance and Sovereignty A Renewed Interest- Transition "[T]ransformation (and globalization) has led to a reinvention of government and what it does“* *Bruce Parrott in in Karen Dawisha and Bruce Parrott, eds., The Consolidation of Democracy in East-Central Europe (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997)

    11. Terms (Redux) • Nation vs. State • Norway (5 million) vs. Ibo (27 million) (tribe?) • State- sovereign, with history • Government vs. Governance • Process: elections, selections decisions • Vs. Organizational Components (Legislative, Executive and Judicial)

    12. Transitional vs. Developing Society • Governance- Transitional vs. Developing states- • There was (1991) a discovery of “new” problems in Eastern Europe, Caucusus and Central Asia with the END OF THE COLD WAR Janine Wedel Collision and Collusion: The Strange Case of Western Aid to Eastern Europe 1989-1998. (New York, N.Y.: St. Martin's, 1998) • Issue: Fragile vs. Collapsed States

    13. Fragile and Collapsed States • Cambodia • Haiti • Somalia • Chad • Southern Sudan Mini-Discussion: What is the Difference?

    14. Governance: The Cultural Dimension • The Issue: Is there a “Clash of Cultures?” • Roman Catholic • Orthodox • Islam • Issue of the Week: Samuel P. Huntingon’s idea- See debates in Harrison and Huntington & • Robert Kaplan, Balkan Ghosts

    15. Samuel P. Huntington (April 18, 1927–December 24, 2008)

    16. Governance: an Overview of Issues • Basic Terms: The Environment of Development Governance Revisited: Processes • Manner in which the state is created, modified or overthrown • Regime Change

    17. Regime Change

    18. Hierarchy of Authority

    19. Governance Issues: Grass Roots or Micro-Level Need to Focus on Local Government (not Local State) • Primary unit of government that has both political leadership and bureaucratic structures

    20. Local Government Financial Allocation

    21. Governance Issues Civil Society • Associations and organizations that are beyond the clan and the family and short of the state (does not include state organs) • Relationship to Democracy (Anglo-Saxon vs. Continental) • Individual (Rule of Law) vs. Collective (Corporatist) view

    22. The Rivalry and the World

    23. Democracy The Nature of the Debate

    24. Robert A. Dahl1915-2014 • Dahl argues that democratic societies are pluralistic and competitive and that there are many different elites involved, who have to work both in contention and in compromise with one another.

    25. Types of Democracy • Botswana Kgotla • “Panchayat in India” Town hall or village model Direct Democracy- Actual direct participation of a population in decision-making about laws and regulations

    26. Direct Democracy: The Mob Mass Involvement or People’s Democracy

    27. Types of Democracy: Terms Indirect Democracy-Representation • Some form of representative democracy • Existence of various diverse interest associations and groups within society

    28. Indirect? Democratic?

    29. Polyarchy Diverse interest associations of society compete with each other over policy issues Competitive Pluralism Civil Society

    30. Types of Democracy, cont. • Cooperative Movements (or Social Corporatism) • Diverse interest associations cooperate with each other and with organs of the state to make policy • Authoritarian (Mussolini’s Italy) • Military (Peron’s Argentina) • Social (Scandinavia)

    31. Corporatism

    32. Democracy: What is it? “It is only when men learn what it means to be free, and struggle to maintain proper limits upon the exercise of authority so that no one is allowed to become master of the others that human beings have the possibility of creating mutual relationships which they may freely enter and leave as they seek mutually productive patterns of human development." - Vincent Ostrom

    33. Elinor and Vincent Ostrom

    34. Democracy • Limited • Institutionalized • Non-Zero Sum (Win Win)

    35. The Zero Sum Game

    36. Democracy: What is it? The Cynic Revised “The policy makers have rational interests--to develop their countries, to improve the condition of their people, to acquire or stay in power, or to steal as much as possible.“- Peter Berger, Pyramids of Sacrifice

    37. James Madison and Democracy The Eighteenth Century Cynic • The problem with majorities 2. Tyranny 3. Factions

    38. Direct Democracy vs. Representative Democracy • Problem with Populism • Mob Justice (Fear of French Revolution) • Lack of Minority rights • Shifting majorities and tolerance • Problem with Plebiscites • Size and the Need for Indirect Representation

    39. Leninism and the Mob

    40. Governance Failure and Sovereignty • Rules of the Game politics: • Zero/sum vs. sum/sum politics • "Splintering” • Break up of states--centrifugal forces • Goal: Interest Group Liberalism (Tolerance of Groups) • Civil Society as organizational • Not the individual or the mass

    41. The Greek Civil War

    42. Governance and Sovereignty • The need for apathy? • Constitutional vs. Social stability • Institutional structures: • Checks and balances • The Institutional State • What is the "Institutional State?” Why is it important?

    43. Polish Constitution, May 3rd 1791

    44. Final Issue: Human Rights

    45. Civil Society And Human Rights First vs. Second vs. Third generation Definition: Discuss • Networks of organizations, groups and individuals pursuing socio-economic interests "Beyond the family but short of the state”- Hegal "Human Rights, Basic Needs and the Stuff of Citizenship”- Political- Social- Economic

    46. Human Rights- The Debate First Level- Individual- speech, religion, association Second Level- health, education, welfare Third Level- employment and economic security

    47. Civil Society Groups- Ideal Types

    48. Civil Society Organizations 1. NGOs, CBOs, PVOs (Clark- Democratizing Development) 2. Grassroots, interests, not for profits (neutrality) 3. Nationalist Groups- role of ethnicity, religion and class 4. Privatization- Why not “for profits?” 5. Corporatism vs. clientelism- The Organic nature of society (Vincent Ostrom)- Corporatism vs. establishing rule of law Social Criticism in PakistanVIDEO

    49. Break • Ten Minutes