A philosophy of international law

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Westview Press, 1998 - Law - 196 pages
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A philosophical exploration of what obligates countries to obey international law, this groundbreaking study argues that a shared respect for human rights is what ultimately binds diverse nations to each other.

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Sovereignty and Intervention
International Law Game Theory and Morality

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Fernando R. Tesón is professor of law at Arizona State University.

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