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06/12/2019 | 02:00 PM | Room 014a

Between the Domestic and the International: Democracy, Aristocracy, and Populism

Dear All,

On Wednesday, we will hold a seminar with our Frankfurt students, and you are all welcome to participate and discuss with us. The theme of the seminar is the following:

Between the Domestic and the International: Democracy, Aristocracy, and Populism

Our meeting starts at 14:00 at room 014a and has two parts. In the first part (14:00-16:00), Silvia Steininger an Davide Paris with present and discuss the two articles below, and we will encourage the students to participate. In the second part (16:00-18:00),  the students will present their coursework through PP,  and we will discuss with them on their topics.

Here are the two texts to be discussed in the first part:

Philip Allott, The Emerging International Aristocracy, New York University Journal of International Law and Politics 35 (2003), 309-338

Armin von Bogdandy/Ingo Venzke, In Whose Name? An Investigation of International Courts’ Public Authority and its Democratic Justification, European Journal of International Law (EJIL) 23 (2012), 7-41

Achilles

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