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The hypernormalization of international law

Oehl, Maximilian

The term hypernormalization was initially used by Berkeley anthropologist Alexei Yurchak to describe how the population in the 1980s Soviet Union – despite the apparent malfunctioning of the political and societal system – maintained a pretense of its functioning. Thus hypernormalizing the status quo means accepting an artificial world created by citizens and politicians alike as real although one knows about its ‘fakeness’. This blogpost discusses in what way international law serves purposes of hypernormalization and what international lawyers can do about it.

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Oehl, Maximilian: The hypernormalization of international law. 2017.

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