Islam and International Law: Engaging Self-Centrism from a Plurality of Perspectives
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Jun 13, 2013 - Law - 488 pages
Islam and International Law explores the multi-faceted relationship of Islam and international law. Current debates on Sharia, Islam and the “West” often suffer from prejudice and platitudes. The book seeks to engage such self-centrism by providing a plurality of perspectives, both in terms of interdisciplinary research and geographic backgrounds.
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