Nordic Cosmopolitanism: Essays in International Law for Martti Koskenniemi
Martti Koskenniemi, Jarna Petman, Jan Klabbers
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 01.01.2003. - 531 страница
The present collection of essays for Martti Koskenniemi provides a wide-ranging overview of the state of Nordic international legal scholarship. In addition to the more theoretical discussions, it engages with a variety of current debates (such as the war on terrorism, the criminalization of international law and the position of human rights in the European Union, for example). The collection, with a mixture of academics and practitioners, will prove useful to scholars in international law, international relations and related disciplines, as well as officials of states and international organizations.
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