[discuss] Problem definition 1, version 5
Dr. Ben Fuller
abutiben at gmail.com
Fri Jan 24 19:09:50 UTC 2014
If you contract with the United Nations (as I have done) it states very clearly that the contract falls under the jurisdiction of the State of New York and that is the site for the resolution of any disputes.
If you have examples contracts by these private actors in a denationalised system, can we see one or two?
On Jan 24, 2014, at 8:59 PM, Milton L Mueller <mueller at syr.edu> wrote:
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>> At the end you still need the power of the States to help you enforce contracts.
> Sure. OK, if that is all you are saying. But the substance of those contracts is not dictated by a state or a multilateral assembly of states. Governance by (globally applicable) contracts among private actors is consistent with a de-nationalized system.
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Dr. Ben Fuller, Dean
Faculty of Humanities, HIV and AIDS and Sustainable Development
International University of Managment
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