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Author Dekker, I. F.

Title Governance and International Legal Theory
Published Leiden : BRILL, 2004
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Contents Introduction (Ige F. Dekker & Wouter G. Werner); Acknowledgements; List of contributors; List of abbreviations; Chapter 1 The Neomedieval Renaissance: Global Governance and International Law in the New Middle Ages (Jörg Friedrichs); Chapter 2 Lawyers and Anthropologists: A Legal Pluralist Approach to Global Governance (Gerhard Anders); Chapter 3 From Territoriality to Functionality? Towards a Legal Methodology of Globalization (Andreas L. Paulus); Chapter 4 The Will of the International Community as a Normative Source of International Law (Nicholas Tsagourias)
Chapter 5 State Sovereignty and International Legal Discourse (Wouter G. Werner)Chapter 6 Globalization and the International Criminal Court: Accountability and a New Conception of State (Rod Jensen); Chapter 7 The International Criminal Court and the Sovereign State (Diane Marie Amann); Chapter 8 Governance by International Organizations: Rethinking the Normative Force of International Decisions (Ige F. Dekker & Ramses A. Wessel); Chapt
Summary This book discusses the above-mentioned topics from a multidisciplinary perspective
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Form Electronic book
Author Werner, Wouter G
ISBN 1433706482 (electronic bk.)
9781433706486 (electronic bk.)