This chapter is concerned with two intertwined international aspects of governance, engaging with administrative and criminal law in terms of the dynamics between states, international bodies and cosmopolitan actors. The global policy space is not just multi-level (government at international, regional, national and local levels, vertically differentiated) but also multi-source (juridical interventions, private sector cooperation and hence influences, and civil society). We apply this perspective to aspects of international regulatory/administrative measures and to criminal courts and tribunals, illustrating some of the elements of contingency and surprise that characterise international aspects of governance.,
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Dorn, N. (2016). Contrasting dynamics of global administrative measures and international criminal courts: Cosmopolitanism, multilateralism, state interests. In Exploring the Boundaries of International Criminal Justice (pp. 179–206). doi:10.4324/9781315581729-13