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Addressing some of the most perilous, controversial issues in international law and governance, this volume brings together legal scholars from diverse geographic, personal and scholarly perspectives. They reflect on the pervasive feeling of crisis in the world today and share their views on the possibilities and limits of the international legal architecture and its expert communities in shaping the world of tomorrow. What exactly is this feeling that the contemporary international legal architecture is at a tipping point? What do these possible risks expose about the fragility and limits of our current conceptual and institutional order? What commitments drive our hopes and anxieties? Authors explore these questions across a wide range of possible tipping points and offer readers a unique snapshot of the lived experience of what it means to be an expert engaged right now in international law and governance. Each chapter covers both theory and practice in analysing a current problem.
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Jean d'Aspremont is Professor of International Law at Sciences Po School of Law. He also holds a chair of Public International Law at the University of Manchester, where he founded the Manchester International Law Centre (MILC). He is a series editor of the Cambridge Studies in International and Comparative Law and Director of Oxford International Organizations (OXIO). John Haskell is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Manchester Law School, serving as co-director of the Law and Technology Initiative and the Manchester International Law Centre. He is a junior faculty member of the Institute for Global Law and Policy at Harvard Law School and a board member of the Association for the Promotion of Political Economy and Law.
Acknowledgements; 1. Experiencing tipping points in international law John D. Haskell; 2. The literary performances of the tipping point Jean d'Aspremont; 3. Authoritarianism Frank Pasquale; 4. China Larry Cat Backer; 5. Democracy Lua Kamal Yuille; 6. Development Jamee Moudud; 7. Digital Rohan Grey; 8. Environment Usha Natarajan and Kishan Khoday; 9. Health Sara De Vido; 10. Human Rights David Scott; 11. Labour Ral Carrillo; 12. Liberation Alberto Rinaldi; 13. Multilateralism Christine Schwbel-Patel; 14. Race Adrien Wing; 15. Religion Mark Janis; 16. Rule of Law Justin Desautels-Stein; 17. Russia Boris Mamlyuk; 18. Systems David Gerber; 19. Territory Ralf Michaels; 20. United Nations Martin Whlisch; 21. Universalism Mortimer Sellers; Index.