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Democratic governance and international law / edited by Gregory H. Fox and Brad R. Roth.

Contributor(s): Fox, Gregory H, 1961- | Roth, Brad R.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2000Description: xiii, 585 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780521667968.Subject(s): International law -- Political aspects | DemocracyDDC classification: 341 Online resources: Sample text | Publisher description | Table of contents
Contents:
Introduction: The spread of liberal democracy and its implication for international law /​ Gregory H. Fox and Brad R. Roth Part I. The Normative Foundations of a Right to Political Participation 1. Legitimacy of the democratic entitlement /​ Thomas M. Franck 2. The right to political participation in international law /​ Gregory H. Fox 3. Democracy and the body of international law /​ James Crawford Part II. Democracy and Inter-State Relations 4. Democratic legitimacy and the recognition of states and governments /​ Sean D. Murphy 5. Constitutionalism and democratic government in the inter-American system /​ Steven Schnably 6. Government networks: the heart of the liberal democratic order /​ Anne-Marie Slaughter Part III. Democracy and the Use of Force 7. Sovereignty and human rights in contemporary international law /​ W. Michael Reisman 8. 'You, the people': pro-democratic intervention in international law /​ Michael Byers and Simon Chesterman 9. Pro-democratic intervention by invitation /​ David Wippman 10. The illegality of 'pro-democratic' invasion pacts /​ Brad R. Roth 11. International law and the 'liberal peace' /​ John Owen Part IV. Democratisation and Conflicting Imperatives 12. Intolerant democracies /​ Gregory H. Fox and Georg Nolte 13. Whose intolerance, which democracy?/​ Martti Koskenniemi 14. Democratic intolerance: observations on Fox and Nolte /​ Brad R. Roth 15. A defence of the 'intolerant democracies' thesis /​ Gregory H. Fox and Georg Nolte 16. Democracy and accountability: the criss-crossing paths of two emerging norms /​ Steven R. Ratner Part V. Critical Approaches 17. Evaluating democratic progress /​ Brad R. Roth 18. What kind of democracy does the 'democratic entitlement' entail? /​ Jan Knippers Black 19. International law, democracy and the end of history /​ Susan Marks.
Summary: This book considers how the post-Cold War democratic revolution has affected international law.
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Reference 341 FOX.D (Browse shelf) Available SLSN-B-9877

Includes bibliographical references (p. xii-xiii) and index.

Introduction: The spread of liberal democracy and its implication for international law /​ Gregory H. Fox and Brad R. Roth
Part I. The Normative Foundations of a Right to Political Participation
1. Legitimacy of the democratic entitlement /​ Thomas M. Franck
2. The right to political participation in international law /​ Gregory H. Fox
3. Democracy and the body of international law /​ James Crawford
Part II. Democracy and Inter-State Relations
4. Democratic legitimacy and the recognition of states and governments /​ Sean D. Murphy
5. Constitutionalism and democratic government in the inter-American system /​ Steven Schnably
6. Government networks: the heart of the liberal democratic order /​ Anne-Marie Slaughter
Part III. Democracy and the Use of Force
7. Sovereignty and human rights in contemporary international law /​ W. Michael Reisman
8. 'You, the people': pro-democratic intervention in international law /​ Michael Byers and Simon Chesterman
9. Pro-democratic intervention by invitation /​ David Wippman
10. The illegality of 'pro-democratic' invasion pacts /​ Brad R. Roth
11. International law and the 'liberal peace' /​ John Owen
Part IV. Democratisation and Conflicting Imperatives
12. Intolerant democracies /​ Gregory H. Fox and Georg Nolte
13. Whose intolerance, which democracy?/​ Martti Koskenniemi
14. Democratic intolerance: observations on Fox and Nolte /​ Brad R. Roth
15. A defence of the 'intolerant democracies' thesis /​ Gregory H. Fox and Georg Nolte
16. Democracy and accountability: the criss-crossing paths of two emerging norms /​ Steven R. Ratner
Part V. Critical Approaches
17. Evaluating democratic progress /​ Brad R. Roth
18. What kind of democracy does the 'democratic entitlement' entail? /​ Jan Knippers Black
19. International law, democracy and the end of history /​ Susan Marks.

This book considers how the post-Cold War democratic revolution has affected international law.

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