A Theory Of Universal Democracy

Author: L. Ali Khan
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
ISBN: 9789041120038
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Scholars, teachers and students of international law, constitutional law, legal theory, and Islamic law will find this book a source of valuable ideas.

Claims Of Dual Nationals And The Development Of Customary International Law

Author: Mohsen Aghahosseini
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
ISBN: 9004156984
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Stéphane Beaulac: The Power of Language in the Making of International Law.
The Word Sovereignty in Bodin and Vattel and the Myth of Westphalia. 2004
ISBN 90-04-13698-3 45. Antony Anghie, Bhupinder Chimni, Karin Mickelson and
Obiora Okafor (eds.): The Third World and International Order. Law, Politics and
Globalization. 2003 ISBN 90-411-2166-8 44. L. Ali Khan: Theory of Universal
Democracy. Beyond the End of History. 2003 ISBN 90-411-2003-3 43. David
Raic: ...

Multi Stakeholder Governance And The Internet Governance Forum

Author: Jeremy Malcolm
Publisher: Terminus Press
ISBN: 0980508401
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Akehurst, Michael, A Modern Introduction to International Law, 2nd edition
London: George Allen & Unwin, 1970. Aktiv Demokrati, Partyprogram for Aktiv ...
http://icannwiki.org/ALAC_Charter〉. Ali Khan, L, A Theory of Universal
Democracy: Beyond the End of History The Hague: Kluwer Law International,
2003. ... Information Technology 19 2000, p.69. Annan, Kofi, In Larger Freedom:
Towards Development, Security and Human Rights For All 〈URL: http://
documents-dds-ny.un.org/ ...

Patterns Of American Jurisprudence

Author: Neil Duxbury
Publisher: Clarendon Press
ISBN: 0191018767
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It is a classic example of a theory which calls for an end to history.207 Despite its
rootedness in a distinctly North American liberal democratic value-system, policy
science, as an approach to international law, has been influential in countries
other than the United States.208 This is not entirely surprising, for the policy
science perspective represents a serious and sustained attempt to move beyond
the positivist tradition which dominated international law scholarship throughout
the late ...

International Law From Below

Author: Balakrishnan Rajagopal
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9781139438230
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... the surface when analyzing social movements as well as the uses and
limitations of rights discourse vis-`a-vis development. Third, in most Third World
countries, there is currently a crisis of governance and a search for political and
economic models that go beyond the market and the state. This search for a “third
way” is characteristic of Third World societies in the post Cold War era, but is
currently fashionable even in industrial democracies.15 The 'end-of-history'
triumphalistic spirit ...

Handbook Of International Relations

Author: Walter Carlsnaes
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 144626503X
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International law in history Some form of international system of rules has
governed relations between independent political entities for centuries if not
millennia. David Bederman argues ... It is not the purpose of this article to write a
history of the development of international law. However, many such ... It was
only around the end of the nineteenth century that the European international law
actually became valid as universal law of the world in the geographical sense” (
Yasuaki 2000).

Agamben And Politics

Author: Sergei Prozorov
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748676244
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110) And yetinthis nihilisticcondition the 'old regime' of sovereign nationstates,
democracy, international law, and so on is not succeeded by a new positive order
but rather persists in a 'nullified form' andcontinuesto be describedbythe concepts
thatno longer haveany meaning(cf. ... For Agamben, Fukuyama's liberal version
of the endof history is one of the two dominant readings ofthe contemporary
constellation in global politics, the other being the diverse fieldof globalisation

Denver Journal Of International Law And Policy

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Modernization theory, discussed below, rose into prominence after the end of
WW II, primarily as a result of the efforts of U.S. economists, political scientists,
and sociologists.2 In contrast, dependency theory achieved its prominence after
the decline ... See e.g., Francis Fukuyama, THE END OF HISTORY AND THE
LAST MAN (Penguin 1992) (purportedly describing man's "universal history" by
arguing that liberal democracy is the "end point of man's ideological evolution"
and thus, the ...

Human Rights

Author: Brian Orend
Publisher: Broadview Press
ISBN: 1460401077
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13 Walker, Cold War, passim; Howard, et al., eds., Oxford History, passim;
Birkowitz and McQuaid, Welfare State, passim; J. Schumpeter, Capitalism,
Socialism and Democracy, 3rd ed. (New York: ... End of History?” The National
Interest 16 (1989): 3-18; H. Williams, et al., Francis Fukuyama and The End of
History (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1997). 18 See the following pieces of
international law: The Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees (1954), pp.
57-70 in Twenty ...