About: International law is a research topic. Over the lifetime, 52087 publications have been published within this topic receiving 556605 citations. The topic is also known as: International Law, Law of Nations.
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01 Jan 1961
TL;DR: The Foundations of a Legal System as mentioned in this paper is an example of a legal system based on formalism and rule-scepticism, and it can be seen as a union of primary and secondary rules.
Abstract: Introduction 1. Persistent Questions 2. Laws, Commands, and Orders 3. The Variety of Laws 4. Sovereign and Subject 5. Law as the Union of Primary and Secondary Rules 6. The Foundations of a Legal System 7. Formalism and Rule-Scepticism 8. Justice and Morality 9. Laws and Morals 10. International Law Postscript
01 Jan 1972
TL;DR: In this paper, a theory of international politics, describes the struggle for political power, and discusses balance of power, international law, disarmament, and diplomacy. But this theory does not consider the role of women in international politics.
Abstract: Offers a theory of international politics, describes the struggle for political power, and discusses balance of power, international law, disarmament, and diplomacy.
01 Jan 1999
TL;DR: In this paper, the authors sketch in a short space how the law of peoples may be developed out of liberal ideas of justice similar to but more general than the idea I called justice as fairness and presented in my book A Theory of Justice.
Abstract: One aim of this essay is to sketch in a short space-I can do no more than that-how the law of peoples may be developed out of liberal ideas of justice similar to but more general than the idea I called justice as fairness and presented in my book A Theory of Justice.' By the law of peoples I mean a political conception of right and justice that applies to the principles and norms of international law and practice.2 In section 58 of the
14 Jun 1995
TL;DR: The concept of order in world politics was introduced 25 years ago by Andrew Hurrell as discussed by the authors, who revisited The Anarchical Society 25 years on by Andrew H. Hurrell.
Abstract: Foreword to the Third Edition: The Anarchical Society 25 years on by Andrew Hurrell Foreword to the Second Edited: Revisiting The Anarchical Society by Stanley Hoffmann Preface Introduction PART 1: THE NATURE OF ORDER IN WORLD POLITICS The Concept of Order in World Politics Does Order Exist in World Politics? How is Order Maintained in World Politics? Order versus Justice in World Politics PART 2: ORDER IN THE CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM The Balance of Power and International Order International Law and International Order Diplomacy and International Order War and International Order The Great Powers and International Order PART 3: ALTERNATIVE PATHS TO WORLD ORDER Alternatives to the Contemporary States System The Decline of the States System? The Obsolescence of the States System? The Reform of the States System? Conclusion
08 Mar 2004
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