Monday, November 17, 2014

Singh & Mayer: Critical International Law: Postrealism, Postcolonialism, and Transnationalism

Prabhakar Singh (National Univ. of Singapore - Law) & Benoît Mayer (National Univ. of Singapore - Law) have published Critical International Law: Postrealism, Postcolonialism, and Transnationalism (Oxford Univ. Press 2014). Contents include:
  • Simon Chesterman, Foreword
  • Prabhakar Singh & Benoît Mayer, Thinking International Law Critically: One Attitude, Three Perspectives
  • Hengameh Saberi, Descendants of Realism? Policy-oriented International Lawyers as Guardians of Democracy
  • John R. Morss, Riddles of the Sands: Time, Power, and Legitimacy in International Law
  • Rossana Deplano, The Welfarist Approach to International Law: An Appraisal
  • Prabhakar Singh, Revisiting the Role of the International Courts and Tribunals?
  • Antony Anghie, Towards a Post-colonial International Law
  • José-Manuel Barreto, A Universal History of Infamy: Human Rights, Eurocentrism, and Modernity as Crisis
  • Mark Toufayan, 'Suffering' the Paradox of Rights? Critical Subaltern Historiography and the Genealogy of Empathy
  • Benoît Mayer, The 'Magic Circle' of Rights Holders: Human Rights' Outsiders
  • Frédéric Mégret, The Rise and Fall of 'International Man'
  • Owen McIntyre, The Human Right to Water as a 'Creature' of Global Administrative Law
  • Rene Urueña, Of Precedents and Ideology: Law-making by Investment Arbitration Tribunals
  • Prabhakar Singh & Sonja Kübler, Constitutionalism and Pluralism: Two Ways of Looking at Internationalism
  • Sébastien Jodoin & Katherine Lofts, What's Critical about Critical International Law? Reflections on the Emancipatory Potential of International Legal Scholarship