Contemporary international law. Methodology The origin of sovereignty in Roman and medieval law The transformation of sovereignty and international law in late modernity The transformation of international law by human rights The UN convention system and US foreign policy IR realism and the positivity of international law Containment and disengagement Assassination and international law Humanitarian intervention and international law Lawfare, Wikileaks, and the rule of law.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 223-255).