Rule of Law Dynamics

Rule of Law Dynamics : In an Era of International and Transnational Governance

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This volume explores the various strategies, mechanisms and processes that influence rule of law dynamics across borders and the national/international divide, illuminating the diverse paths of influence. It shows to what extent, and how, rule of law dynamics have changed in recent years, especially at the transnational and international levels of government. To explore these interactive dynamics, the volume adopts an interdisciplinary approach, bringing together the normative perspective of law with the analytical perspective of social sciences. The volume contributes to several fields, including studies of rule of law, law and development, and good governance; democratization; globalization studies; neo-institutionalism and judicial studies; international law, transnational governance and the emerging literature on judicial reforms in authoritarian regimes; and comparative law (Islamic, African, Asian, Latin American legal systems).show more

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  • Electronic book text
  • CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
  • Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
  • Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 15 b/w illus. 15 tables
  • 1139175939
  • 9781139175937

Table of contents

Part I. Rule of Law at the International, National, and Transnational Level: 1. Measuring the quality of rule of law: virtues, perils, results Wolfgang Merkel; 2. International law and the rule of law at the national level Helmut Philipp Aust and Georg Nolte; 3. Constraining international authority through the rule of law: legitimatory potential and political dynamics Tim Gemkow and Michael Zurn; 4. New modes of governance and the rule of law: the case of transnational rule-making Gunnar Folke Schuppert; Part II. Actors: Strategies and Responses: 5. Rule of law promotion policies in comparison Frank Schimmelfennig; 6. Rule of law promotion through international organizations and NGOs Monika Heupel; 7. Combating transnational crime: the role of learning and norm diffusion in the current rule of law wave Paulette Lloyd, Beth Simmons and Brandon Stewart; 8. Rule of law challenges in middle income countries and donor approaches to addressing them Linn Hammergren; 9. Civil-military cooperation in building the rule of law Tilmann Roder; 10. Developing a theoretical framework for evaluating rule of law promotion in developing countries John Gillespie; 11. Rule of law promotion after conflict: experimenting in the Kosovo laboratory Richard Zajac Sannerholm; 12. The ICC's intervention in Uganda: which rule of law does it promote? Sarah Nouwen; 13. From rule of law promotion to rule of law dynamics Randall Peerenboom, Michael Zurn and Andre Nollkaemper.show more