Globalisation and the Rule of Law

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Routledge, Aug 2, 2004 - Political Science - 232 pages
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Globalisation and the Rule of Law reassesses the idea of the 'rule of law' within the present complex and increasingly internationalized environment. There have been many books studying the phenomenon of globalization and its economic, social or cultural consequences. This book, however, is the first to relate globalization exclusively to law. It examines the impact of globalization upon the rule of law, a fundamental value within liberal democratic sovereign states.

The book opens with three chapters discussing the theory of the rule of law and its necessary reconceptualization in a global environment. Then, in three sections considering global trade, security and human rights, it proposes new ways of thinking about global law and its application in new and existing institutions of global governance. Contributors include top-flight academics, politicians and judges, making this book significant and relevant in both jurisprudential theory and political practice.
 

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The role of the rule of law in the regulation of global capital
Sovereignty international law and global cooperation
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Spencer Zifcak is Associate Professor of Law at La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia, and Vice-President of the International Commission of Jurists (Australian Section). He has acted as a consultant to the UN and a wide range of other parliamentary, governmental and non-governmental organisations.

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