publication . Article . 2016

FROM INTERNATIONAL LAW TO GLOBAL GOVERNANCE: STRUCTURAL CHANGES IN THE TRANSNATIONAL SPACE

Torelly, Marcelo;
Open Access Portuguese
  • Published: 01 Dec 2016 Journal: Revista de Direito Brasileira (issn: 2358-1352, eissn: 2237-583X, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Conselho Nacional de Pesquisa e Pos-Graduacao em Direito - CONPEDI
Abstract
The articles analyze the emergence of the concept of global governance arguing that social complexification leads to the emergence of new kinds of transnational regulation that challenge the traditional concept of international law articulated in the late XIX Century. It divides the historical development in three stages: an assembly moment, an executive moment, and judicial moment characterized by normative fragmentation and the emergence of self-contained regimes with constitutional-like features. Methodologically, it describes the prevailing international organizations and legal theories across time. It concludes mapping seven distinctive features of the tran...
Subjects
free text keywords: Global Governance. International Law. Transnational Legal Process. International Law Fragmentation. Transnational Governance., Governança Global. Direito Internacional. Processo Jurídico Transnacional. Fragmentação do Direito Internacional. Constitucionalismo Transnacional.
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