The Dejudicialization of International Politics

@article{Abebe2019TheDO,
  title={The Dejudicialization of International Politics},
  author={Daniel D Abebe and T. Ginsburg},
  journal={International Studies Quarterly},
  year={2019},
  volume={63},
  pages={521-530}
}
For many, the growing judicialization of international relations is the next step in the process toward the complete legalization of international politics. We draw on the literature in comparative judicial politics to examine the limits of the phenomenon. The domestic literature on judicialization portrays the process as something of a one-way ratchet. In an increasingly juridified world, judges have been asked to take on greater roles in global governance, and seem to be doing so with aplomb… Expand
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