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John McClintock

McClintock, John

McClintock, John

Co-founder of ACTION for a World Community for Food Reserves

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Co-founder of ACTION for a World Community for Food Reserves

John McClintock is a civil servant in the European Commission and writes in a personal capacity. He is of British nationality. Having studied economics and agriculture (Oxford, Reading, Montpellier) John worked in four African and four European countries.
He is the author of a book on global governance: "The Uniting of Nations: an Essay on Global Governance", the third edition of which was published by Peter Lang in 2010.
John's credo can be summed up:"What Jean Monnet did for Europe, we must now do for the world starting with food security and swiftly proceeding to climate management."
He is the co-founder of ACTION for a World Community for Food Reserves: www.world-community-for-food-reserves.org

ARTICLES BY THIS AUTHOR

From European Union to World Union: Building Effective and Democratic Global Governance   ( Global Governance & Democracy ), ( Global Governance & Law )
Get Full Text in PDF Abstract Sovereignty-sharing has placed European countries in a position to resolve their common problems through law, not war. As a result, the EU member states now live in peace together and take peace, justice and order for granted. The system of global governance is dysfunctional – some states are failing and the Security Council lacks legitimacy. Humanity does not have a mechanism to resolve its global problems through law, making it difficult – if not impossible – to...