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  1. The Ambivalence of Juridification. On Legitimate Governance in the International Context.Regina Kreide - 2009 - Global Justice: Theory Practice Rhetoric 2:18-34.
    The paper argues that the current global market is organized by a system of transnational law whose development is best characterized as ambivalent. On the one side, legal juridification can lead to a hegemonic system of international law that lacks legitimacy, paradoxically creates extralegal spheres, promotes the ‘privatization’ of political areas, and, thereby, reduces the competences of states. On the other side, legal codification can also function as an engine of transnational democratization and as a barrier to an unhampered growth (...)
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