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Custom, Power & the Power of Rules: International Relations and Customary… (edition 2008)

by Michael Byers (Author)

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Title:Custom, Power & the Power of Rules: International Relations and Customary International Law
Authors:Michael Byers (Author)
Info:Cambridge University Press (2008), 276 pages
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Tags:2017-02 February, Law, Politics, Shelfmark KZ1277 .BY

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Custom, Power and the Power of Rules: International Relations and Customary International Law by Michael Byers

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This book sets out to explain the most foundational aspect of international law in international relations terms. By doing so it goes straight to the central problem of international law--that although legally speaking all States are equal, socially speaking they clearly are not. As such it is an ambitious and controversial book that will be of interest to all international relations scholars and students and practitioners of international law.

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