La geología del derecho internacional –gobernanza, democracia y legitimidad

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J.H.H. Weiler

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Traducción al español del texto seminal del profesor J. H. H. Weiler en el que explora la relación entre la democracia, la gobernanza y el derecho internacional a lo largo de la historia, a través del novedoso enfoque de la geología. En la interacción entre estos tres conceptos y en la pregunta por la legitimidad del derecho internacional, el profesor Weiler identifica tres etapas claves (transaccional, comunitaria y regulatoria) que permiten comprender con mayor precisión este complejo fenómeno.

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