International Law from Below: Development, Social Movements and Third World Resistance
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BeschreibungThis analysis of international law using social movement theory provides a fundamental critique of international law.
InhaltsverzeichnisAbbreviations; Preface and acknowledgements; Introduction; Part I. International Law, Development and Third World Resistance: 1. Writing Third World resistance into international law; 2. International law and the development encounter; Part II. International Law, Third World Resistance and the Institutionalization of Development: the Invention of the Apparatus: 3. Laying the groundwork: the Mandate system; 4. Radicalizing institutions and/or institutionalizing radicalism? UNCTAD and the NIEO debate; 5. From resistance to renewal: Bretton Woods institutions and the emergence of the 'new' development agenda; 6. Completing a full circle: democracy and the discontent of development; Part III. Decolonizing Resistance: Human Rights and the Challenge of Social Movements: 7. Human rights and the Third World: constituting the discourse of resistance; 8. Recoding resistance: social movements and the challenge to international law; 9. Markets, gender and identity: a case study of the Working Women's Forum as a social movement; Part IV. Epilogue; References; Index.
Pressestimmen'Looking at the concept of democracy and human rights, the author provides a detailed examination of a little discussed perspective on not only development, but also non-Western approaches to international law.' Common Law World Review '... provides a significant intellectual spark for those in search of critical insight into a somewhat neglected topic of academic discourse. This well written, and exhaustively researched, resource is a must for all teachers and librarians whose role is to ensure completeness of coverage in their respective domains.' American Society of International Law 'Important reading for members of social movements who hopefully will be inspired to create their own narrative about reshaping international law from below.' Voluntas
Untertitel: New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: März 2007
Seitenanzahl: 360 Seiten