Legality and legitimacy in global affairs / edited by Richard Falk, Mark Juergensmeyer, and Vesselin Popovski. - New York : Oxford University Press, c2012. - viii, 459 p.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction : legality and legitimacy : necessities and problematics of exceptionalism / Richard Falk -- Law, legitimacy, and the United Nations / Ramesh Thakur -- Legitimacy norms as change agents : examining the role of the public voice / Andrew Joseph Loomis -- Defending legality in the age of empire's law / Amy Bartholomew -- Leaving sovereignty behind? : an inquiry into the politics of post-modernity / Friedrich Kratochwil -- International law and power in the multipolar and multicivilizational world of the Twenty-first Century / Yasuaki Onuma -- The trans-civilizational, the inter-civilizational, and the human : the quest for the normative in the legitimacy debate / Giles Gunn -- Rethinking legality/legitimacy after the Iraq War / Christine Chinkin -- Lawful authority and the responsibility to protect / Anne Orford -- The legitimacy of invading religious regimes / Mark Juergensmeyer -- Legality and legitimacy in the international order : the changing landscape of nuclear non-proliferation / Asli U. Bali -- Legality and legitimacy : the environmental challenge / Lorraine Elliott -- Legality and legitimacy of international criminal tribunals / Vesselin Popovski -- Legality and legitimacy of exporting democracy / Daniele Archibugi and Mariano Croce -- Conclusion: Legitimacy as complement and corrective to legality Vesselin Popovski and Nicholas Turner.

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