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that it is impossible to consider all entities that are involved in the polycentric water governance system, this contribution analyses the legitimacy narratives of a centrepiece organization in water law and governance: a river basin organization. Accordingly, the emphasis in this contribution will

In: International Organizations Law Review
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historical legitimacy; narrative time, in which the history of a particular time was recounted either from the viewpoint of the global or the local; and local time, which retained the specificities of the local while interacting with the global. In my opinion, therefore, this volume cannot be considered a

In: Asian Review of World Histories
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’. 44 In this context, the ‘ballot box’ motif is cited to regulate terrorist activities. The ‘democratic legitimacynarrative is then dovetailed with the political discourse on the legitimacy/illegitimacy of terrorist organisations both domestically and internationally. Whilst the Turkish government

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

of both the input and output legitimacy narratives has been eroding. With the successful removal of barriers to cross-border movements of goods has come a widening scope of trade rules and agendas that reach much more deeply into domestic regulatory practices.9 This has been accompanied by more

In: Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations
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between these two events. This vague idea of history may have been popular only among Han people in the early Liao dynasty, and it then became an undercurrent of legitimacy narrative; during the Zhongxi era of Xingzong’s reign, the movement of legitimacy at the centre of the Khitan dynasty was reaching

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In: Journal of Chinese Humanities
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collective action. 21 Scholarly attention to legitimacy in conflict situations and toward peacekeeping missions has also increased in recent years. 22 Individual contributions have provided valuable insights; for example, into how local legitimacy influences peacekeeping missions and how legitimacy

In: Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations

opposed to those usually adopted by Courts and common within legal language. 53 These exercises mean that, when Courts are confronted with historically checked narratives, they are likely to find it more difficult to uphold legitimacy narratives that are unsupported by historical facts. The second

In: Comparative Constitutional History
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leader’s “cult of personality,” scholars, the media, and other observers risk reproducing the regimes’ own legitimacy narratives by essentially taking them at face value. Not only can the “cult of personality” narrative serve as an analytical barrier by diverting attention from the broader socio

In: Central Asian Affairs
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message of their legitimacy. Instead the material features of property—self-built, temporary, lacking infrastructure—perform a role in asserting the novostroikas ’ lack of social legitimacy. Narratives over the allocation of land during the period of the early 1990s vary depending on the novostroika

In: Central Asian Affairs