1 The theoretical outline in the first parts of this article draws on and in part reproduces an earlier work: MR Madsen, ‘Sociological Approaches to International Courts’ in K Alter, CPR Romano, and Y Shany (eds), Oxford University Press Handbook of International Adjudication (OUP 2014) 388–412. 2 Over the past three decades, International Courts (‘ICs’) have become a central feature of contemporary international law, resulting in new forms of judicialized global governance (Romano, 1999; Alter, 2014). This development has not escaped the attention of scholars who...
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