"This title was first published in 2002: The purpose if this volume is to provide a map of some of the great theoretical debates within the discipline of international law. The essays included are structured as dialogues between international legal theorists on concrete subjects such as democracy, gender, compliance, sovereignty and justice. They represent the most interesting theoretical work undertaken in international law."--Provided by publisher.
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Part PART I THREE OVERVIEWS chapter 1 Martin Wight (1987), 'An Anatomy of International Thought', Review of International Studies, 13, pp. 221-27 chapter 2 Anne-Marie Slaughter Burley (1993), 'International Law and International Relations Theory: A Dual Agenda', The American Journal of International Law, 87, pp. 205-39 chapter 3 Deborah Z. Cass (1996), 'Navigating the Newstream: Recent Critical Scholarship in International Law', Nordic Journal of International Law, 65, pp. 341-83 part PART II IS INTERNATIONAL LAW, LAW? chapter 4 L. Oppenheim (1908), 'The Science of International Law: Its Task and Method', The American Journal o f International Law, 2, pp. 313-56 chapter 5 Anthony D'Amato (1985), 'Is International Law Really 2Law3?', Northwestern University Law Review, 79, pp. 1293-314 chapter 6 Hans J. Morgenthau (1940), 'Positivism, Functionalism, and International Law', The American Journal of International Law, 34, pp. 260-84 chapter 7, pp. 485-507 chapter 8 The View from the New Haven School of International Law chapter 9 Thomas M. Franck (1988), 'Legitimacy in the International System', The American Journal of International Law, 82, pp. 705-59 part PART III WHAT IS THE SOURCE OF LAW? chapter 10 Ideals and Things: International Legal Scholarship and the Prison-House of Language part PART IV WHO ARE THE PRIMARY ACTORS? chapter 11 Harold Hongju Koh (1996), 'Transnational Legal Process', Nebraska Law Review, 75, pp. 181-207 chapter 12 Martti Koskenniemi (1991), 'The Future of Statehood', Harvard International Law Journal, 32, pp. 397-410 part PART V IS INTERNATIONAL LAW NEUTRAL? chapter 13 Martti Koskenniemi (1990), 'The Politics of International Law', European Journal of International Law, 1, pp. 4-32 chapter 14 Feminist Re/Statements: Feminism and State Sovereignty in International Law chapter 15, pp. 1-80 part PART VI IS INTERNATIONAL LAW JUST? chapter 16 Thomas M. Franck (1989), 'Is Justice Relevant to the International Legal System?', Notre Dame Law Review, 64, pp. 945-63 chapter 17 David Armstrong (1999), 'Law, Justice and the Idea of a World Society', International Affairs, 75, pp. 547-61 part PART VII IS INTERNATIONAL LAW DEMOCRATIC? chapter 18 Fernando R. Teson (1992), 'The Kantian Theory of International Law', Columbia Law Review, 92, pp. 53-102 chapter 19 Susan Marks (1997), 'The End of History? Reflections on Some International Legal Theses', European Journal of International Law, 8, pp. 449-77.
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