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Introduction to “The International Legal Order and the Global Pandemic”

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  20 October 2020

Curtis A. Bradley
Affiliation:
Co-Editor-in-Chief; William Van Alstyne Professor, Duke University Law School.
Laurence R. Helfer
Affiliation:
Co-Editor-in-Chief; Harry R. Chadwick, Sr. Professor, Duke University Law School.

Abstract

This introduction provides an overview of thirteen essays selected in response to a worldwide call for papers for an Agora on “The International Legal Order and the Global Pandemic.” The essays in the Agora consider some of the most pressing challenges, as well as potential opportunities, that COVID-19 is creating for the international legal order. The specific topics addressed include the role of international organizations such as the World Health Organization, state responsibility, human rights, financial regulation, and international trade. Contributors were invited to address the theme from a historical, institutional, doctrinal, normative, critical, or geopolitical perspective, or a mix of perspectives.

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Copyright © 2020 by The American Society of International Law

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1 Alvarez, José E., The WHO in the Age of the Coronavirus, 114 AJIL 578 (2020)Google Scholar.

2 Benvenisti, Eyal, The WHO—Destined to Fail?: Political Cooperation and the COVID-19 Pandemic, 114 AJIL 588 (2020)Google Scholar.

3 Danchin, Peter G., Farrall, Jeremy, Rana, Shruti & Saunders, Imogen, The Pandemic Paradox in International Law, 114 AJIL 598 (2020)Google Scholar.

4 Pozen, David E. & Scheppele, Kim Lane, Executive Underreach, in Pandemics and Otherwise, 114 AJIL 608 (2020)Google Scholar.

5 Paparinskis, Martins, The Once and Future Law of State Responsibility, 114 AJIL 618 (2020)Google Scholar.

6 Arato, Julian, Claussen, Kathleen & Heath, J. Benton, The Perils of Pandemic Exceptionalism, 114 AJIL 627 (2020)Google Scholar.

7 Meyer, Timothy, Trade Law and Supply Chain Regulation in a Post-COVID World, 114 AJIL 637 (2020)Google Scholar.

8 Sykes, Alan O., Short Supply Conditions and the Law of International Trade: Economic Lessons from the Pandemic, 114 AJIL 647 (2020)Google Scholar.

9 Bradlow, Daniel D. & Kim Park, Stephen, A Global Leviathan Emerges: The Federal Reserve, COVID-19, and International Law, 114 AJIL 657 (2020)Google Scholar.

10 Bennoune, Karima, “Lest We Should Sleep”: COVID-19 and Human Rights, 114 AJIL 666 (2020)Google Scholar.

11 Jain, Neha, Pandemics as Rights-Generators, 114 AJIL 677 (2020)Google Scholar.

12 Quintana, Francisco-José & Uriburu, Justina, Modest International Law: COVID-19, International Legal Responses, and Depoliticization, 114 AJIL 687 (2020)Google Scholar.

13 Paddeu, Federica & Waibel, Michael, The Final Act: Exploring the End of Pandemics, 114 AJIL 698 (2020)Google Scholar.

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