Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -154) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
1. Law, people, peoples 2. From Hobbes to Rawls : covenants, social contracts and the law of peoples 3. Historiography of the present : collectives, colonies and the chronicle of international law 4. Grouphood, rights and Waldron's warning : respecting the collective 5. Statehood, consent, complicity : defining the collective 6. From peoples to people? Self-determination, identity, territory 7. Cultures, attachments, minorities, movements 8. International relations and international law : rethinking statehood and sovereignty 9. Toward a law of people.