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The Concept of Legalization
We develop an empirically based conception of international legalization to show how law and politics are intertwined across a wide range of institutional forms and to frame the analytic andExpand
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A New World Order
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Introduction: Legalization and World Politics
In many issue-areas, the world is witnessing a move to law. As the century turned, governments and individuals faced the following international legal actions. The European Court of Human RightsExpand
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Legalized Dispute Resolution: Interstate and Transnational
We identify two ideal types of international third-party dispute resolution: interstate and transnational. Under interstate dispute resolution, states closely control selection of, access to, andExpand
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The Real New World Order
Many thought that the new world order proclaimed by George Bush was the promise of 1945 fulfilled, a world in which international institutions, led by the United Nations, guaranteed internationalExpand
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International Law, International Relations and Compliance
Commitments are a persistent feature of international affairs. Disagreement over the effect of international commitments and the causes of compliance with them is equally persistent. Yet in the lastExpand
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International Law in a World of Liberal States
International law and international politics cohabit the same conceptual space. Together they comprise the rules and the reality of 'the international system', an intellectual construct that lawyers,Expand
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Legalization and world politics
In recent years, international law has become more relevant to world politics as rules have become more precise and obligatory and the delegation of dispute resolution to third parties more frequent.Expand
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Toward a Theory of Effective Supranational Adjudication
Supranational adjudication in Europe is a remarkable and surprising success. Europe's two supranational courts -- the European Court of Justice (ECJ) and the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) --Expand
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What Works for Women at Work: Four Patterns Working Women Need to Know
Foreword by Anne-Marie Slaughter Preface 1. Introduction: It's Not (Always) Your Fault Part I: Prove-It-Again! 2. Spotting Prove-It-Again! Patterns 3. Prove-It-Again! Action Plan Part II: TheExpand
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