Globalisation - the State and International Law
Franz Steiner Verlag, 2009 - Law - 144 pages
The effects of globalization on international law was the focus of an international symposium held in Cologne, the contributions to which are published here. From the perspectives of state theory, international common law, European law, international economic law, investment law, and air and space law, the studies illuminate the ramifications of growing global networks.
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