Vol. 35 Núm. 2 (2015)
Artículos

Completando un proyecto inconcluso: una propuesta de aplicación de la teoría de la democracia deliberativa de Carlos Nino al plano global

Nahuel Maisley
Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina - CONICET

Publicado 2015-11-01

Palabras clave

  • Democracia global,
  • Democracia deliberativa,
  • Democracia cosmopolita,
  • C. S. Nino,
  • Democracia transnacional
  • Global Democracy,
  • Deliberative Democracy,
  • Cosmopolitan Democracy,
  • Transnational Democracy,
  • C. S. Nino

Resumen

Según cuentan algunos de sus colegas y discípulos, al momento de su temprana muerte, en 1993, Carlos Nino estaba comenzando a estudiar la posibilidad de trasladar sus teorías al plano internacional. En este trabajo pretendo retomar al menos un aspecto de aquel proyecto, preguntándome cómo hubiera trasladado Nino su teoría de la democracia al plano global. En otras palabras, intentaré especular respecto de cómo podrían insertarse las ideas nineanas en la discusión actual en materia de democracia global. Mi hipótesis es que, por un lado, Nino habría reclamado la creación de nuevas instancias de participación popular en los procesos de creación e implementación del derecho internacional; pero a la vez, por otro lado, habría defendido el núcleo duro de la “constitución histórica” del derecho internacional, basada en un sistema interestatal y descentralizado (por oposición a un cambio revolucionario, como la creación de una asamblea parlamentaria global, o alguna propuesta similar).

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