Between Equal Rights: A Marxist Theory of International Law

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Haymarket Books, 2006 - Law - 375 pages
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“China Mieville's brilliantly original book is an indispensable guide for anyone concerned with international law. It is the most comprehensive scholarly account available of the central theoretical debates about the foundations of international law. It offers a guide for the lay reader into the central texts in the field.”—Peter Gowan, Professor, International Relations, London Metropolitan University.

Mieville critically examines existing theories of international law and offers a compelling alternative Marxist view.

China Mieville, PhD, International Relations, London School of Economics, is an independent researcher and an award-winning novelist. His novel Perdido Street Station won the Arthur C. Clarke Award.

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Chapter One
9
Chapter Two
45
Chapter Three
75
Chapter Four
117
Chapter Five
153
Chapter Six
225
Conclusion
295
Appendix
321
Bibliography
337
Index
365
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China Mieville, Ph.D. (2001) in International Relations, London School of Economics, is an independent researcher and an award-winning novelist. He is a member of the editorial board of Historical Materialism. Mieville's novel Perdido Street Station won the Arthur C. Clarke Award and was nominated for a British Science Fiction Association Award. He lives in London, England.

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