Governance without government

Governance without government

Law without government: principles

The problem is that the rules governing cyberspace’s structure and content in general, and so-called big data in particular, are increasingly clashing with the principles set out in international treaties.
The assumption that the logic supporting the entire sequence of formation, preservation, transition, and possible removal of the various contents (data) available online is ‘predictive’, deriving from the assumption that a problem is computable when it can be solved via an algorithm, is used to predict similar ‘tension axes.’
This leads to a broader issue: while fundamental human rights typically favor marginalized individuals because they naturally benefit minorities, big data is more oriented toward the largest number, strengthening the majority, and thereby increasing discrimination toward minorities (the so-called Dictatorship of Data). As a result, the issue is how to reconcile the legislative role of law – frequently articulated in forms of minority security – with the logic that increasingly underpins data-driven policies, which reflects the majority’s direction. Compas – Correctional Offender Management Profiling for Alternative Sanctions – is an algorithm that assesses possible recidivism risk on a scale based on previous arrest history, residential stability, and other factors.

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Democracies, especially the United States, must implement new national security and economic strategies that address the geopolitics of knowledge in order to compete and succeed in the twenty-first century. Market capitalist democracies geared infrastructure, electricity, commerce, and even social policy in the twentieth century to maintain and advance manufacturing, the era’s primary source of control. Democracies must better account for knowledge geopolitics in all aspects of domestic policy and national strategy in the twenty-first century.
The aim of this paper is to look at how China’s new influence is influencing Europe, the challenges it presents, and how Europeans are responding to this new fact. This mechanism must be analyzed in light of the current geopolitical rivalry between China and the United States, as well as the implications for the transatlantic relationship.

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“»Governance Without Government« – Politische Ordnung im Osten der DR Kongo,” by Corinna Jentzsch. Friedrich Arndt, Carmen Dege, Christian Ellermann, Maximilian Mayer, David Teller, and Lisbeth Zimmermann edited Ordnungen im Wandel. 351-378, Bielefeld: transcript-Verlag, 2015. 9783839407837-019 (https://doi.org/10.14361/9783839407837-019)
C. Jentzsch, C. Jentzsch, C. Jentzsch, C (2015). »Political Order in the East of the DR Kongo« – »Governance Without Government« Ordnungen im Wandel, edited by F. Arndt, C. Dege, C. Ellermann, M. Mayer, D. Teller, and L. Zimmermann (pp. 351-378). transcript-Verlag, Bielefeld. 9783839407837-019 (https://doi.org/10.14361/9783839407837-019)
»Governance Without Government« – Politische Ordnung im Osten der DR Kongo, C. Jentzsch, C. Jentzsch, C. Jentzsch, C. Jentzsch, C. Jentzsch, C. Jentzsch, C. Jentzsch Ordnungen im Wandel, edited by F. Arndt, C. Dege, C. Ellermann, M. Mayer, D. Teller, and L. Zimmermann. 351-378 in Bielefeld: transcript-Verlag. 9783839407837-019 (https://doi.org/10.14361/9783839407837-019)
“»Governance Without Government« – Politische Ordnung im Osten der DR Kongo,” by Corinna Jentzsch. In the midst of transition, there is order. Friedrich Arndt, Carmen Dege, Christian Ellermann, Maximilian Mayer, David Teller, and Lisbeth Zimmermann, 351-378, edited by Friedrich Arndt, Carmen Dege, Christian Ellermann, Christian Ellermann, Maximilian Mayer, David Teller, and Lisbeth Zimmermann. transcript-Verlag, Bielefeld, 2015. 9783839407837-019 (https://doi.org/10.14361/9783839407837-019)

Governance without government in cyberspace?

There has never been a world government capable of governing nation-states. Nonetheless, significant governance underpins the new state order. The key features of this governance without government are discussed in this analysis by nine leading international relations experts. They look at its conceptual roots, behavioral trends, and institutional structures.
There has never been a world government capable of governing nation-states. Nonetheless, significant governance underpins the new state order. The key features of this governance without government are discussed in this analysis by nine leading international relations experts. They analyze its conceptual roots, behavioral trends, and institutional structures, as well as the ongoing pervasive changes at work within and between states. The authors examine the position of the Concert of Europe, the Westphalian system’s pillars, the efficacy of international institutions and regulatory frameworks, the European Community, and the micro-underpinnings of macro-governance practices in this sense of change and order.

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