By Anne Marie Slaughter
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All these officials would also be directly subject to the obligations of treaties and other international agreements. It would not be up to “the state” to uphold human rights or protect the environment or abjure child labor or seek a peaceful resolution to conflicts. It would be up to the members of the executive branch, the judiciary, and the legislature. And in a world in which violations of international law increasingly carry individual penalties, such obligations could make themselves felt.
Only by pushing the envelope of what we assume to be natural or inherent can we hope to envision and create a genuinely new world order.
They are also, although much less frequently, encountering their supranational coun- 32 INTRODUCTION terparts, judge to judge, regulator to regulator, or legislator to legislator, and establishing vertical networks. The official observers of the international scene—scholars, pundits, policymakers—cannot fully see and appreciate this phenomenon because they are handicapped by the conceptual lenses of the unitary state. Although they are accustomed to thinking of “governments” domestically—as complex conglomerates of different institutions responsible for different governance functions—they think of “states” internationally.