3 edition of Fault lines of international legitimacy found in the catalog.
Fault lines of international legitimacy
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Hilary Charlesworth, Jean-Marc Coicaud.|
|Contributions||Charlesworth, Hilary., Coicaud, Jean-Marc.|
|LC Classifications||KZ3410 .F38 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009022589|
Dec 01, · Fault Lines. By Michael the real actors to watch on the international stage were no longer states or even resurgent ethnicities but the civilizational identities built on the religious empires. Mar 13, · At a White House meeting on Iraq in September, I dutifully made the case for working through the United Nations to build international legitimacy and Author: William J. Burns.
In the last decade, there has been a turn to history in international humanitarian law and its accompanying fields. To examine this historization and to expand the current scope of scholarship, this book brings together scholars from various fields, including law, history, sociology, and international . Sep 09, · The authors in this volume address foundational values of the international legal order without fear, directly facing the necessary implications of human dignity, human rights and global justice, as actually embodied in the doctrines of contemporary international law. The legitimacy of international law is a recurring theme in every chapter.
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--Tom Farer, Dean, Josef Korbel School of International Studies, Denver University "Legitimacy is unstable terrain. Fault lines mark the movement of its legal, normative and political tectonic plates: this results in release of pressure, some beneficial adjustment, and periodic ktexcleaning.com: Hilary Charlesworth.
Fault Lines of International Legitimacy deals with the following questions: What are the features and functions of legitimacy in the international realm. How does international legitimacy, as exemplified in particular by multilateral norms, organizations, and policies, change over time?Manufacturer: Cambridge University Press.
Fault lines of international legitimacy. [Hilary Charlesworth; Jean-Marc Coicaud; United Nations University.;] -- "Fault Lines of International Legitimacy addresses the following questions: What are the features and functions of legitimacy in the international realm.
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Legitimacy faultlines in international society. The Responsibility to Protect and Prosecute After Libya. Jason Ralph and Adrian Gallagher, University of Leeds.
To be published in Review of International Studies Abstract There is a perceived legitimacy deficit in contemporary international. Oct 08, · 4 The phrase ‘legitimacy faultlines’ is taken from Charlesworth and Coicaud (eds), Faultlines of International Legitimacy.
The phrase ‘interpretive arguments’ is Reus-Smit's ‘International Crises of Legitimacy’, p. Cited by: Nov 03, · We argue that because the new legitimacy fault line divides on the procedural question of who decides how international society should meet its responsibilities rather than substantive disagreements about what those responsibilities are (that is, human protection and justice) the challenge to the liberal agenda of the P3 is not radical.
Raghuram Rajan was one of them. This makes his new book, Fault Lines, worthy of consideration amidst the rampant speculation about the causes of the financial crisis Fault Lines is valuable primarily for its clear explanation of unintended economic consequences from well-meaning government intervention."—Washington Times.
‘legitimacy fault line’ will assist that process.4 The purpose of this article therefore is to ﬁrst provide that understanding by drawing on the work of contemporary English School scholars and the political theorists they cite; and second to provide the con-text in which speciﬁc policy recommendations may guide the response of the P3 ktexcleaning.com by: Misusing Palestine’s growing international legitimacy; His latest book is “The Last Earth: A Palestinian Story” (Pluto Press, London, ).
Europe on a geopolitical fault line. Fault lines, denoted by Coicaud as the ‘pending problems, open wounds’ (at ), can be understood in the context of the volume as means of adapting international legiti- macy to the context and the peculiarities of specific situations, and thus of allowing legitimacy to acquire a dynamic character.
Fault lines, denoted by Coicaud as the ‘pending problems, open wounds’ (at ), can be understood in the context of the volume as means of adapting international legitimacy to the context and the peculiarities of specific situations, and thus of allowing legitimacy to acquire a dynamic character.
In Fault lines, Rajan says just like fault lines in tectonic plates run the danger of earthquakes; global economy has some deep fault lines which led to economic crisis inand if not fixed could lead to more devastating crisis/5.
Sep 26, · Legal boundaries appear as fault lines when a-legal behaviour intimates an order which exceeds the range of possibilities accessible to that collective. Careful analysis of a wide range of legal orders, including nomadism, classical international law, multinationals, cyberlaw, lex mercatoria, and a global regime of human rights validates this thesis.
INTERNATIONAL LEGITIMACY TO FAULT LINES IN CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL POLITICS 1. Legitimacy, Across Borders and Over Time 17 Jean-Marc Coicaud 2.
Deconstructing International Legitimacy 29 Jean-Marc Coicaud 3. The Evolution of International Order and Fault Lines of International Legitimacy 87 Jean-Marc Coicaud 4. The U.S.
annexation of California in and the simultaneous discovery of gold sparked rapid and diverse waves of immigration westward, displacing the already established pastoral Mexican society.
Almaguer shows how the confrontation between white immigrants and 1/5(1). Feb 26, · In recent years the question of the legitimacy of international law has been discussed quite intensively.
Such questions are, for example, whether international law lacks legitimacy in general; whether international law or a part of it has yielded to the facts of power; whether adherence to international legal commitments should be subordinated to self-defined national interests; whether.
Fault Lines: How Hidden Fractures Still Threaten the World Economy is a book by Indian economist Raghuram Rajan on the underlying causes of the financial crisis, and the structural weaknesses present in the world ktexcleaning.com won the Financial Times and Goldman Sachs Business Book of the Year award in Author: Raghuram Rajan.
Racial Fault Lines: The Historical Origins of White Supremacy in California. This book unravels the ethnic history of California since the late nineteenth-century Anglo-American conquest and institutionalization of "white supremacy" in the state/5. One such fault line is the United State’s growing income disparity, as illustrated by top earners’ widening share of annual earned income.
Inthe top 1% of households “accounted for only % of income.” That soared to “% of the total income generated” in the U.S. by /10(). BOOKS. Emotions in International Politics: Beyond Mainstream International Politicsco-edited by Yohan Ariffin, Jean-Marc Coicaud and Vesselin Popovski (Cambridge University Press, ); Coicaud and Charlesworth Fault Lines of International Legitimacy(Cambridge University Press, ) Coicaud, Jean-Marc Beyond the National Interest: The Future of UN Peacekeeping and Multilateralism in an .May 15, · U.S.
Geological Survey scientists say the fault is "a tectonic time bomb," due anytime for another big one. For those of you who (like me) slept through most of geology class, a fault is a fracture in the Earth’s crust (its outermost rocky layer), the line .The fault lines include the housing crisis, widening income inequality, trade imbalances, and the way these imbalances are financed across national borders.
Any story that identifies such gaping chasms must of course offer remedies, and that’s where Fault Lines stands out. Rajan is careful not to demonize the financial ktexcleaning.com: Doug Campbell.