EJIL: The Podcast! Episode 10: Whatever happened to International Law & Democracy?

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Whatever happened to International Law & Democracy? Accompanying the Symposium on that question in EJIL issue 32(1), this podcast contains a duel between anti-anti-international law & democracy scholar Akbar Rasulov and anti-international law & democracy scholar Brad Roth. The debate continues on this blog: read Akbar Rasulov’s rejoinder here and Brad Roth’s subsequent response. Hosted by EJIL Editor in Chief Sarah Nouwen, they disagree on the curious fate of international law & democracy, on the politics of form versus the politics of substance and the role of the international lawyer. 

 

 

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