Beyond nations and continents? Harmony and solidarity as common endeveaours in a digital era of populism, propaganda and fiction?
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In the 21st Century China and the EU have used concepts, philosophies and principles of harmony and solidarity in attempts to counter internal tensions and secure legitimacy. Sustainability as a concept and principle relates more widely to transnational environmental challenges and climate change. Populism, dystopian fiction, market, and political propaganda are normative reactions to the present uncertainty in a fragmented transnational world society. Such normative reactions and tools may both support and undermine legitimacy of some involved actors. Legal institutions, cultures and concepts undergo major changes during a period characterized by turbulence both within and between states.
|Title of host publication||Transnationalisation and Legal Actors. : Legitimacy in Question.|
|Editors||Bettina Lemann Kristiansen, Katerina Mitkidis, Louise Munkholm, Lauren Neumann, Cécile Pelaudeix|
|Number of pages||94|
|Publication status||Published - 2019|
- The Faculty of Law