Tom Ginsburg on Authoritarian International Law and the Need for New Democratic Tools

Authoritarian International Law - Episode 2

Based on one of his recently published paper, Tom Ginsburg, a distinguished scholar on constitutional studies, discusses his forward looking take on the growing possibility for a global legal system where authoritarian impulses serves as its animal spirit.

Tom Ginsburg teaches at the University of Chicago's law school and school of political science and an advisory board member of the Institute for Migrant Rights, Cianjur - Indonesia. His researches intersect between international law and comparative constitutional studies that represent the "empirical turn" in international and comparative law scholarship.

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