Date: 25th January, 2022

Democracies and authoritarian regimes have different approaches to international law, grounded in their different forms of government. As the balance of power between democracies and non-democracies shifts, it will have consequences for international legal order. Human rights may face severe challenges in years ahead, but citizens of
democratic countries may still benefit from international legal cooperation in other areas. Ranging across several continents, this volume surveys the state of democracy-enhancing international law, and provides ideas for a way forward in the face of rising authoritarianism.

Tom Ginsburg, Leo Spitz Professor of International Law, University
of Chicago Law School

Simon Chesterman, Dean and Provost’s Chair Professor of the
National University of Singapore Faculty of Law
Kelley Loper, Associate Professor, HKU

Po Jen Yap, Professor, HKU