Introducing the Themes
Hegemonic Federalism: The Democratic Implications of the UN Security Council's "Legislative" Phase
An Undemocratic Guardian of Democracy – International Human
The Democratic Challenge of Incorporation: International Human Rights Treaties and National Constitutions
Using Human Rights Treaties to Resolve Ambiguity: the Advent of A Rights-Conscious Charming Betsy Canon
Regionalising International Refugee Law in the European Union: Democratic Revision or Revisionist Democracy?
Refugee Status in Japan: Change of Judicial Practice in the Democratic State
For the Rights of "Nobodies": the Globalising Tension between Human Rights and Democracy
The Importance of Being Quasi-Democratic –the Domestication of International Human Rights in American and Arab Politics
Democratising or Demonising the World Heritage Convention?
International Law and the Legitimate Determination of Risk: Is Democratising Expertise the Answer?
Deliberation and Legitimacy in Transnational Governance: The Case of Environmental Impact Assessments
Democratic Custom v International Customary Law