A Foucauldian Approach to International Law: Descriptive Thoughts for Normative Issues
The purpose of this book is to offer alternative conceptions regarding the operation and potential role of international law within the international system. Via various notions proposed by Michel Foucault, it will shed light on inherent inconsistencies, for a range of key topics within international law.
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