Foundations of International Law and Politics
Oona Anne Hathaway, Harold Hongju Koh
Foundation Press, 2005 - Law - 393 pages
This title is a compilation of materials designed to bridge the gap between the disciplines of international law and international relations. It could be used as a companion to case books for a course in international law, as a reader in an advanced seminar in international law, or in a political science class on international relations of globalization.
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