Browsing Department of Political and Social Sciences (SPS) by Subject "International law"
Title:Constructing deviance in international politics Author(s):ONDERCO, MichalDate:2015Type of Publication:Working PaperSeries/Report no.:EUI MWP; 2015/07Abstract:The key to understanding the construction of deviance in international relations is to understand the interplay between international norms, international law, and the systemic hegemon. This paper argues that the hegemonic ...
Title:How (Il)liberal is the liberal theory of law? Some critical remarks on slaughter's approach Author(s):KRATOCHWIL, FriedrichDate:2010Citation:Comparative sociology, 2010, 9, 1, 120-145Type of Publication:ArticleAbstract:This article explores the limits of Anne-Marie Slaughter's liberal theory of (international) law. Despite her admirable interdisciplinary work, Slaughter falls prey to proposing largely technical solutions based on best ...
Title:Forum: rethinking the rules Author(s):SØRENSEN, Georg; LANG, Jr., Anthony; RENGGER, Nicholas; WALKER, William; KLABBERS, Jan; KRATOCHWIL, Friedrich; BROWN, Chris; AGUILAR, Mario I.; SCHICK, Kate; IMBER, Mark; THIRKELL-WHITE, Ben; LAMPEL, Joseph; ALDRICH, Richard J.; GROVE, Eric; DANCHEV, Alex; SHEFFIELD, Gary; CRANG, Jeremy A.; FREEDMAN, LawrenceDate:2006Citation:International relations, 2006, 20, 3, 251-380Type of Publication:Article