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’ is a neutral choice in contrast with the original phrase ‘enhanced’ man which hints at an improvement. 10 RoboCop (Paul Verhoeven, USA, 1987), starring Peter Weller and Nancy Allen. Followed by RoboCop 2 (Irvin Kershner, USA, 1990) and 3 (Fred Dekker, USA, 1993); in a way it is a reinterpration of Frankenstein’s creature. 11 Men in Black (Barry Sonnenfeld, USA, 1997) starring Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith. Sweet satire of films milking, in a frightening way, the theme of invaders, but also of conspiracy theories that suppose the presence of world

in Cinematic perspectives on international law

) . 63 Guzman represents one scholar who thinks states have delegated too little authority. See Andrew Guzman, “International and the Frankenstein Problem,” 24 Eur. J. Int’l L. 999 (2013) . 64 See Liesbet Hooghe et al., Measuring International Authority: A Postfunctionalist Theory of Governance (2017). 65 For development of this thesis, see Michael Zurn et al., “International Authority and its Politicization,” 4

in The values of international organizations