The Legitimacy of International Human Rights Regimes
Legal, Political and Philosophical Perspectives
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1. International human rights and the challenge of legitimacy Johan Karlsson Schaffer, Andreas Follesdal and Geir Ulfstein; 2. The legitimate authority of international human rights: on the reciprocal legitimation of domestic and international human rights Samantha Besson; 3. On the legitimate authority of international human rights bodies Steven Wheatley; 4. Equality, human rights, and political legitimacy Kristen Hessler; 5. The legitimacy of international interpretive authorities for human rights treaties: an indirect-instrumentalist defence Basak Cali; 6. Torture and the politics of legitimation in international law Ian Hurd; 7. Legitimacy, institutional power, and international human rights institutions: a conceptual enquiry Lynn Dobson; 8. Legitimacy, global governance and human rights institutions: inverting the puzzle Johan Karlsson Schaffer; 9. The democratic legitimacy of international human rights conventions: political constitutionalism and the Hirst case Richard Bellamy; 10. Much ado about nothing? International judicial review of human rights in well-functioning democracies Andreas Follesdal.
This book traverses the disciplines of law, political philosophy and international relations in assessing the normative legitimacy of international human rights regimes.