23 Ind. J. Global Legal Stud. [i] (2016)

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Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies


                  Volume 23 Issue 1  2016


                        CONTENTS

Introduction: Global Human Rights Law and the         1
Boundaries of Statehood
Daniel Augenstein & Hans Lindahl

ARTICLES

Some Newly Emergent Geographies of Injustice:           15
Boundaries and Borders in International Law
Upendra Baxi

The Temporal Rivalries of Human Rights                  39
Fleur Johns

Fractured Territories and Abstracted Terrains: Human  61
Rights Governance Regimes Within and Beyond the State
Larry Catdt Backer

Transformations in Statehood, the Investor-State Regime, 95
and the New Constitutionalism
A. Claire Cutler

Statehood, Power, and the New Face of Consent          127
Sheldon Leader

Corporations and the Limits of State-Based Models for  143
Protecting Fundamental Rights in International Law
David Bilchitz

Decentering Human Rights from the International Order  171
of States: The Alignment and Interaction of Transnational
Policy Channels
Radu Mares

One Pillar: Legal Authority and a Social License to  201
Operate in a Global Context
Hans Lindahl

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