SUNY series in the foundations of the democratic state.
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Part 1. Transnational Influences on the U.S. Supreme Court. Ch.1 The U.S. Supreme Court's use of comparative law in the construction of constitutional rights / D. M. O'Brien Ch. 2. Foreign law in American jursprudence: an empiricial study / F. Banner, K. Miller, D. M. Provine Ch. 3. Foreign law in domestic courts: differnt uses, different implications / C. A. Whytock Part 2. The rise of transnational criminal jursdiction. Ch. 4. Legitimacy and the exerise of universal criminal jurisdiction / D. W. Jackson Ch. 5. International and transnational law, sovereignty, and hegemonic power / D. W. Jackson Ch. 6. The promotion of international criminal law: evaluating the international criminal court and apprehension of indictees / L. A. Barria, S. D. Roper Part 3. Transnational influences on rights, citizenship, and democratization. Ch. 7. The globalization of human rights norms: understanding the opportunities and limits of international law and transnational activism / H. P. Schmitz Ch. 8 Rights and the limits of transnational solidarity in Europe / L. Conant Ch. 9. International imposition and transmission of democracy and the rule of law: lessons from Central America / R. Bowen Ch. 10. The role of international actors in promoting rule of law in Uganda / J. M. Isanga Part 4. Transnational law and the boundaries of sovereignty. Ch. 11. Blurring sovereignty: the human rights act of 1998 and British law / M. L. Volcansek Ch. 12. Fundemental rights , the European court of justice, and European integration / M. C. Tolley Ch. 13. Spreading the word: Australia's national human rights and equal opportunity comission as transnational legal entrepreneur / R. E. Case Ch. 14 Judicial globalization: how the international law of human rights changed the Argentine Supreme Court / W. F. Carnota.
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