The Dynamics of International Law in a Globalised World: Cosmopolitan Values, Constructive Consent and Diversity of Legal Cultures (Schriftenreihe Des Kate Hamburger Kollegs 'Recht ALS Kultur' #14) (Paperback)

The Dynamics of International Law in a Globalised World: Cosmopolitan Values, Constructive Consent and Diversity of Legal Cultures (Schriftenreihe Des Kate Hamburger Kollegs 'Recht ALS Kultur' #14) By Matthias Herdegen Cover Image
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In the process of globalisation, international law plays a crucial and ambivalent role. It is one of the driving forces behind the integration of markets, expanding standards of human rights and good governance as well as mechanisms for international peace and security. International law also responds to a globalised world which catalyses not only universal ethics, but also the global spread of risks to political and economic stability. "Evolutive interpretation" of international agreements affects traditional concepts of sovereignty and democratic legitimacy. It enhances the power of technocratic elites. At the same time, we witness an intensive interplay between the different sectors of international law; new layers of 'hard' and 'soft' normativity as well as intriguing forms of legal pluralism.

About the Author


Matthias Herdegen is Director of the Institute of Public Law (Institut fur Offentliches Recht) and Director at the Institute of Public International Law (Institut fur Volkerrecht) of the University of Bonn.
Product Details
ISBN: 9783465042914
ISBN-10: 3465042913
Publisher: Verlag Vittorio Klostermann
Publication Date: September 1st, 2016
Pages: 256
Language: English
Series: Schriftenreihe Des Kate Hamburger Kollegs 'Recht ALS Kultur'