ACDI - Anuario Colombiano de Derecho Internacional

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Contextualizando el derecho administrativo global

Sebastián López Escarcena

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12804/revistas.urosario.edu.co/acdi/a.6544

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Varias son las denominaciones que se han propuesto para reemplazar a la de derecho internacional. Entre estas, se pueden mencionar los así llamados derecho cosmopolita, derecho transnacional, derecho mundial y derecho global. Desde esta perspectiva, un proyecto académico ha planteado ciertas herramientas de análisis que giran en torno a lo que se ha denominado como derecho administrativo global. Las premisas de esta aproximación parecen novedosas, pero el examen contextualizado de estas permite concluir que se acercan no solo a las de los derechos antes señalados, sino también a las de otras iniciativas académicas que han reflexionado sobre el problema del derecho más allá del Estado, como la escuela de New Haven, el constitucionalismo o los recientes proyectos sobre el ejercicio del poder público internacional y sobre la creación jurídica informal internacional, del Instituto Max Planck de Heidelberg y del Instituto de La Haya para la Internacionalización del Derecho, respectivamente. El presente artículo busca estudiar críticamente el derecho administrativo global, relacionándolo con estas otras aproximaciones que han discurrido sobre la sociedad internacional y el derecho que la regula

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derecho internacional, derecho global, derecho transnacional, escuela de New Haven, solidarismo.

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