A general introduction to international law in its political and historical context, this work identifies the ideological motivations behind legal rules and institutions. Covering several issues seldom explored by other commentators, such as the historical evolution of the international community and the fundamental principles governing international law of economic interaction, the book provides an excellent introduction to the complexities of this topic.
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Antonio Cassese, Professor of International Law, Florence University.Review:
"Cassese, the dean of the 'European' school of international law, has done the nearly-impossible. He has surveyed comprehensively all salient issues of an emerging contemporary world jurisprudence while simultaneously contriving to be comprehensive, fair and thoroughly engaging in style. The book is bound to become a classic in the same sense as the seminal survey works of H. Lauterpacht and J.L. Brierly, yet with a rather broader reach and distinctly contemporary focus."--Thomas M. Franck, American Journal of International Law
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