International institutions

Plausible folk theories: throwing veils of plausibility over zones of ignorance in global governance

To justify major enterprises of global lawmaking and regulation, monitoring and surveillance, international organizations (IOs) must confront and manage realms of relative ignorance about the phenomena they intend to govern, monitor and regulate. They must justify to audiences of states, officials,  industries, NGOs and interest groups the scope and forms of transnational interventions in domestic law, politics and society.

What's law got to do with the war?

Author/s (editor/s):

Charlesworth
Hilary

Publication year:

2003

Publication type:

Book chapter

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Charlesworth, Hilary, 2003, 'What's law got to do with the war?', Raimond Gaita, Why the war was wrong, 1st, Text Publishing Company, Melbourne Australia, 35-60

Working paper No. 2.3 Remarks on Mexico’s role and contribution to the subsidiary organs of the Security Council

Author/s (editor/s):

Puente Ordorica, Guillermo

Publication year:

2011

Publication type:

Working paper

Cite the publication as

Puente Ordorica, Guillermo , 2012, Working paper No. 2.3 Remarks on Mexico’s role and contribution to the subsidiary organs of the Security Council , Centre for International Governance and Justice , Canberra

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