Learning Objectives

After completing this chapter and related materials, students will be able to do the following:

16.1 Summarize and assess the goals, characteristics, and norms of good governance as stated by international bodies and states

16.2 Identify the multiple layers of state and global governance and explain how each contributes to or complicates good governance

16.3 Compare and contrast types of regimes, particularly liberal and illiberal democracies

16.4 Describe and prioritize the challenges facing state governments

16.5 Analyze the challenges of governance posed by populism, nationalism, and globalism

16.6 Relate the challenges of state governance to the challenges of global governance

16.7 Design or modify a plan of action for institutionalizing the essential components of good governance in a state and for global governance