Conclusion: Resistance’s Prospects
I asked at the beginning of this book whether economic globalization is irresistible. It turns out that transnational legality’s version of economic globalization is hard to resist. This is not, of course, because neoliberal globalization is so utterly desirable, rather, it is because it constitutes our ‘present history’ — we are enmired within its web. Instances of critical resistance — those pathways away from transnational legal disciplines that do not merely reinforce existing relations of domination — appear episodic, if not futile.
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