The International Court of Justice and the Western Tradition of International Law

The Paul Martin Lectures in International Reations and Law


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' very interesting and stimulating. It is well argued and well written and can be welcomed both as a critique of the current attitude of the USA to the ICJ and International adjudication in general and as a thought-provoking account of the current state of "general theory" in international law.'
F.C. Boyd, International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 1988, Vol. 37.
`This book provides insight into the problems associated with maintaining international legal order and would be an appropriate addition to any international liberary.'
J.W. Kindt, International Journal of Legal Information, 1989.
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