Andreas Føllesdal

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Postal address Postboks 6706 St. Olavs plass 0130 Oslo

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  • Ryssevik, Jostein; Føllesdal, Andreas; Thorsen, Dag Einar & Aubert, Axel (2018). Fokus: Politikk og menneskerettar. Aschehoug & Co. ISBN 9788203403729. 440 p.

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  • Føllesdal, Andreas & Ulfstein, Geir (2022). Grunnforskning kan ikke settes på vent. Aftenposten.
  • Ulfstein, Geir & Føllesdal, Andreas (2022). Russland er ute – hva så? . Klassekampen. ISSN 0805-3839.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2022). Humaniora som risikosport. Khrono.no. ISSN 1894-8995.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas & Ulfstein, Geir (2021). PluriCourts Lunch Seminar: Independence and Accountability.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas; Ulfstein, Geir & Kanestrøm, Jorunn (2021). Hvilken relevans har internasjonale domstoler for deg og meg - og for demokratiet vårt? [Radio]. Universitetsplassen.
  • Ulfstein, Geir; Føllesdal, Andreas & Toft, Martin (2021). Vinnarane av UiOs forskingspris 2021: –Legitimiteten til dei internasjonale domstolane er ikkje blitt mindre viktig. [Newspaper]. Uniform.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas; Lindberg, Maren Falch; Neupane, Sudan; Østbakken, Kjersti Misje; Harstad, Stine & Shah, Feroz Mehmood [Show all 9 contributors for this article] (2021). Fulbrightprogrammet fyller 75 år. Khrono.no. ISSN 1894-8995.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2021). Også dyr har krav på rettferdighet. Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.). ISSN 0804-3116. p. 26–27.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2021). Om Forskningsrådets skrøpelige søknadsregime: Symptomer, diagnoser og resepter. Khrono.no. ISSN 1894-8995.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2020). Global Public Goods – what role for international courts?
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2020). Polar Public Goods and beyond: How legitimate international courts can help secure Global Public Goods worth having.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2020). Når lovbrot er politisk nødbrems. [Newspaper]. Nationen.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2020). Nå har Motvind flere medlemmer enn Frp og SV. [Internet]. E24.
  • Ulfstein, Geir & Føllesdal, Andreas (2020). Foreword. In Pérez León Acevedo, Juan Pablo & Nicholson, Joanna (Ed.), Defendants and Victims in International Criminal Justice Ensuring and Balancing Their Rights. Routledge. ISSN 9780367253950.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2020). Støtter anbefalinger om Sentre for fremragende forskning (SFF). Khrono.no. ISSN 1894-8995.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2020). Om Stølens kommentar om Eiendomsavdelingen. Uniforum. ISSN 1891-5825.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2020). Lokalbefolkninga stoppa ferje for å hindre vindkraftutbyggarar. [Internet]. NRK.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2020). En seier for Eiendomsavdelingen - og kanskje for UiO? . Uniforum. ISSN 1891-5825.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2020). Ingen ERC-milliarder til Norge: Før vi stiller diagnoser og lager resepter. Khrono.no. ISSN 1894-8995.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2020). Uviten om åpent landskap. Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.). ISSN 0804-3116.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2019). Challenges to legitimacy and the role of European courts”.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2019). Rettsvitenskap og filosofi.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2019). Gender inequity on the international bench.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2019). “the idea of human rights” @ 10 – on Beitz.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2019). International law and the natural law tradition.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2019). On applying for ERC grants.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2019). Workshop on ERC application writing - startup.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2019). Customary international law and consent.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2019). The Comparative Advantage of International Courts to Manage Global Public Goods: Tasks, Mechanisms, Alternatives, Scope Conditions.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2019). Workshop on ERC Application writing.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2019). “Add international courts and stir… Reconstructing Human Rights Practices: Risks, Roles and Repercussions” On Beitz’ The Idea of Human Rights .
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2019). Current contributions of the natural law tradition to international law.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2019). Organized Panel on the Legitimacy of International Courts.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2019). A just yet inegalitarian European Union? A liberal contractualist defense of moderate inequality .
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2019). On the ASEAN Declaration on Human Rights.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2019). Forholdet mellom EMD og nasjonale domstoler.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2019). Better Cairns, not better Crutches: how to improve the consensus “doctrine” for Europe - and beyond.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2019). Regional human rights systems: Protectors of human rights, or of national and regional identities – or both? .
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2019). Majoritarian Populism versus Human Rights Protection – how might International Courts Respond?
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2019). Machiavellian Misgivings about International Judges: Create and Counsel, but always Curb.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas & Ulfstein, Geir (2019). Hva kan barnevernet lære av dommen i menneskerettighetsdomstolen? Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.). ISSN 0804-3116.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas & Næss, Petter (2019). En konstruktiv USA-kritiker og programmet han skapte. Khrono.no. ISSN 1894-8995.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2019). uio.no- bare så enhetlig som nødvendig og for øvrig mangfold. Uniforum. ISSN 1891-5825.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). Introduction: The European Research Council @ 10—What has it done to us? European Political Science. ISSN 1680-4333. p. 1–3. doi: 10.1057/s41304-018-0163-x.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). Are concepts of legitimacy for international courts related, and how?
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). Improving the European Consensus Doctrine: A Better Signpost, Not a Better Walking Stick.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). Subsidiarity as a general principle of international law?
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). Better signposts or better walking sticks? How to improve the “Emerging European Consensus” doctrine of the European Court of Human Rights – and Why?
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). Human rights in ‘other’ international courts – some issues of legitimacy.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). On PluriCourts’ Research plan.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). Protecting and Promoting Universal, European or Western European Human Rights?
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). Why defer to a new MultiLateral Investment Court? – Three Themes.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). On The new legitimation challenges to international courts – and how they might respond.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). The Comparative advantage of International Courts for ‘Global Public Goods'.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). On the Margin of Appreciation doctrine –regional comparisons.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). On The Internationalists.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). Majoritarian Populism Versus Minority Rights Protection – How Might International Courts Respond? Panel on Political Philosophy.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). “Comments on Peffer” Panel on Justice as fairness versus Justice as fair rights.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). “Insights of Populism” Panel on populist nationalism, current international institutions, world government, or global federalism?
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). Natural law theories and international law.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). The significance of state consent.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). Majoritarian Populism Versus Minority Rights Protection – How Might International Courts Respond?
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). Current contributions of the natural law tradition to international law.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). International human rights in Norway: Impact, Pushback and Dialogue.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). The Significance of State Consent.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). Forholdet mellom EMD og nasjonale domstoler.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). ERC-application workshops – experiences.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). Natural law theories and international law.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). On authorship of joint publications – disciplines, hierarchy and gender.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). Regional Human Rights Regimes: Human rights protection or respect for national and regional identities – or both.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). The comparative advantages of international courts for managing global public goods.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). “Majoritarian Populism versus Minority Rights Protection – how might international courts respond?” .
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). “Stability in ethnic territorial federations with a secession clause – challenges and opportunities in the case of Ethiopia”.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). "Om teori og praksis i humaniora: Utfordringsdrevet forskning – teoretisk motivasjon eller empirisk nysgjerrighet?".
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). “Toward an Ethiopian Economy of Trust: the Demands for and Under-Supply of Trust in the Ethiopian Federation”.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). “Stability in ethnic territorial federations with a secession clause – challenges and opportunities in the case of Ethiopia” .
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). Legal secession - part of the solution to enhance minorities’ interests? The case of Ethiopian federalism .
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). Legal secession - part of the solution to enhance minorities’ interests? The case of Ethiopian federalism .
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). Majoritarian Populism Versus Minority Rights Protection – How Might International Courts Respond?
  • Føllesdal, Andreas (2018). Majoritarian Populism versus Minority Rights Protection – how might international courts respond?
  • Skeie, Victoria; Ulfstein, Geir & Føllesdal, Andreas (2019). Does the European Court of Human Rights' margin of appreciation threaten the rule of law? University of Oslo.

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Published Dec. 13, 2013 11:03 AM - Last modified Nov. 7, 2019 8:33 AM