restricted access   Volume 23, Issue 1, 2016

Table of Contents

Introduction: Global Human Rights Law and the Boundaries of Statehood

pp. 1-14

Articles

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

pp. 15-37

The Temporal Rivalries of Human Rights

pp. 39-60

Fractured Territories and Abstracted Terrains: Human Rights Governance Regimes Within and Beyond the State

pp. 61-94

Transformations in Statehood, the Investor-State Regime, and the New Constitutionalism

pp. 95-125

Statehood, Power, and the New Face of Consent

pp. 127-142

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

pp. 143-170

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

pp. 171-199

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

pp. 201-224

To Whom It May Concern: International Human Rights Law and Global Public Goods

pp. 225-248

Human Rights and Global Public Goods: The Sound of One Hand Clapping?

pp. 249-265

Notes

Global Insecurity: How Risk Theory Gave Rise to Global Police Militarization

pp. 267-292

Color Blocking: How the Harmonization of Color Protection May Catalyze Color Depletion in Global Markets

pp. 293-322

The Race to Safety: How Private Lawmaking and Voluntary-Standard Adoption Can Inspire a Global Regime that Strengthens and Harmonizes Product Safety Standards

pp. 323-347

Hydropower Development and Involuntary Displacement: Toward a Global Solution

pp. 349-376