Global Governance Is A Set Of Coercive Norms, Principles, And Decisions

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Global governance is a set of coercive norms, principles, rules and decisions-making procedures existing over and above the level of nations-states which have to comply with them. In the realm of international migration in which individuals opt voluntarily to cross countries boundaries in order to stay in the host state for a minimum of length of time, it appears that that the need of global governance has become unavoidable by the mid twentieth century. Effectively, states struggle to control international migration. Indeed, history demonstrated that migration has often been uncontainable and unrestricted in most countries, at start of the twentieth century, despite the rejection of foreigners due to national security concerns, racial discriminations, public health considerations rather than economic objectives, as per S. Dajajié (2001: P. XV). Even if the border control remain the permanent right of the sovereign states, the rapid increase of the globalisation process, in the second half of the twentieth century, has majored and accelerated migration through out the world. According to S. Djajié, the twentieth century witnessed a strong income differential between workers of rich and poor nations. This was due to the fact that workers in the advanced market economies witnessed enormous improvements in their economic, social and political status (this workers were enjoying high labour standards, collective bargaining and welfare state). However, the same level of

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