The Role of Law in Counter-Hegemonic Globalization and Global Legal Pluralism: Lessons from Narmada Valley Struggle in India . Balakrishnan Rajagopal. Balakrishnan Rajagopal. Associate Professor of Law and Development, Director of the Program on Human Rights and Justice at MIT;
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The Role of Law in Counter-Hegemonic Globalization and Global Legal Pluralism:Lessons from Narmada Valley Struggle in India
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