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Justice and world order, reassessing Richard Falk's scholarship and advocacy, edited by George Andreopoulos and Henry F. Carey

Table Of Contents
Cover -- Endorsement Page -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of Illustrations -- Editors and Contributors -- Foreword -- Chapter 1 Introduction: In Quest of Humane Governance: Richard Falk's Odyssey -- Part I The Scholarly Quest of Humane Governance -- Chapter 2 From World Order to Militarization to Securitization: Richard Falk's Contribution to a Theory of Postmodern Mobilization -- Chapter 3 Culture and Tradition in the International Human Rights System -- Chapter 4 Prescience and Principles: Richard Falk's Contributions to the Study and Practice of Human Rights -- Chapter 5 A Cosmopolitan Perspective on Global Criminal Justice -- Chapter 6 The Resurgence of Hegemonic International Law: Whither Global Law? -- Chapter 7 Giraffe Politics on an Endangered Planet -- Part II The Scholar as Public Intellectual and Activist -- Chapter 8 Richard Falk, Public Intellectual -- Chapter 9 Combating Complacency: The Moral Imperative of Denuclearization -- Chapter 10 Richard Falk, A Citizen Pilgrim for Palestine: Bearing Witness and the Role of UN Special Rapporteur -- Chapter 11 Falk's Cosmopolitan View of Sovereignty: The Ambition of Necessity to Pursue World Order through Law -- Chapter 12 A Response in the Spirit of Dialogue and Gratitude -- Appendix: Interview with Richard Falk by Henry (Chip) Carey -- Index
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Copyright
Physical Description
1 online resource (297 pages)
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9781003267737

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