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245 00 Cosmopolitanism in context :|bperspectives from 
       international law and political theory /|c[edited by] 
       Roland Pierik and Wouter Werner. 
264  1 Cambridge ;|aNew York :|bCambridge University Press,
300    vi, 298 pages ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references. 
505 00 |gPart I|tEnvironmental protection --|g2|tHuman rights and
       global climate change / |rSimon Caney|gCaney, Simon|g19 --
       |g3|tGlobal environmental law and global institutions: a 
       system lacking "good process" / |rEllen Hey|gHey, Ellen
       |g45 --|gPart II|tWorld Trade Organization --|g4|tWTO/GATS
       Mode 4, international labor migration regimes and global 
       justice / |rTomer Broude|gBroude, Tomer|g75 --|g5
       |tIncentives for pharmaceutical research: must they 
       exclude the poor from advanced medicines? / |rThomas Pogge
       |gPogge, Thomas|g106 --|gPart III|tCollective security and
       intervention --|g6|tCosmopolitan legitimacy and UN 
       collective security / |rNicholas Tsagourias|gTsagourias, 
       Nicholas|g129 --|g7|tEnforcing cosmopolitan justice: the 
       problem of intervention / |rKok-Chor Tan|gTan, Kok-Chor
       |g155 --|gPart IV|tInternational Criminal Court --|g8
       |tRawls's Law of Peoples and the International Criminal 
       Court / |rSteven C. Roach|gRoach, Steven C.|g179 --|g9|tAn
       ideal becoming real? The International Criminal Court and 
       the limits of the cosmopolitan vision of justice / 
       |rVictor Peskin|gPeskin, Victor|g195 --|gPart V
       |tInternational migration --|g10|tIs immigration a human 
       right? / |rJorge M. Valadez|gValadez, Jorge M.|g221 --|g11
       |tA distributive approach to migration law: or the 
       convergence of communitarianism, libertarianism, and the 
       status quo / |rThomas Spijkerboer|gSpijkerboer, Thomas
       |g249 --|gPart VI|tConclusion --|g12|tCan cosmopolitanism 
       survive institutionalization? / |rRonald Pierik|gPierik, 
       Ronald, Wouter Werner|gWerner, Wouter|g277. 
520    "Is it possible and desirable to translate the basic 
       principles underlying cosmopolitanism as a moral standard 
       into effective global institutions. Will the ideals of 
       inclusiveness and equal moral concern for all survive the 
       marriage between cosmopolitanism and institutional power? 
       What are the effects of such bureaucratisation of 
       cosmopolitan ideals? This volume examines the strained 
       relationship between cosmopolitanism as a moral standard 
       and the legal institutions in which cosmopolitan norms and
       principles are to be implemented. Five areas of global 
       concern are analysed: environmental protection, economic 
       regulation, peace and security, the fight against 
       international crimes and migration"--|cProvided by 
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700 1  Pierik, Roland H. M.|0
700 1  Werner, W. G.|q(Wouter G.),|d1966-|0
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