By Lorenzo Gasbarri – In this case, the ECJ explicitly refers to EU law as being international law and at the same time forming an internal legal system. What does this mean, and are there consequences for the interactions between legal regimes?
By Velibor Jakovleski – The State Monopoly on the Legitimate use of Force (SMLF) implies that states alone have the right to use, or authorize the use of, force. Examples of the responsibilization of the market suggest this is only an ideal type.
By Velibor Jakovleski – Are international organizations simply a way to atone for human suffering, or is their symbolic role crucial for global governance?
By Clarissa Brack Burdeu – Humanitarian action succeeds in ‘an ecosystem where we work together to help others’ as Prof. Michael Barnett noted in the introduction of his presentation.
By Nico Krisch & Annabelle Littoz-Monnet – Critical, profound engagement with global governance is today more necessary than ever.
By Stéphanie Perazzone – Repopulating ‘international’ conceptualizations and practices of governance with the experiences of ‘real people’ allows us to identify their ignored transformative potentials.
While WIPO is unique in its governance structure and financing model, the organisation is not unique to the calls for reform that affect other international organisations.