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Philosophy of International Law

Anthony Carty

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Discover how philosophy is essential to the creation, development, application and study of international law

New for this edition

  • Updated to cover recent developments in international law, including the 2008 world financial crisis and its effect on international economic and financial law, and the Obama administration’s approach to international law in the war on terror
  • Each chapter includes suggestions for further reading, including the most current sources from 2016

Anthony Carty tracks the development of the foundations of the philosophies of international law, covering the natural, analytical, positivist, realist and postmodern legal traditions. You'll learn how these approaches were first conceived and how they shape the network of relationships between the signatories of international law.

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Contents

Introduction: What Place for Doctrine in a Time of Fragmentation?
1. Continuing Uncertainty in the Mainstream
2. Towards a New Theory of Personality in International Law
3. The Existence of States and the Use of Force
4. International Economic/Financial Law
Index.

About the Author

Anthony Carty is the Cheng Yu Tung Chair of Public International Law at the Tsinghua University School of Law in Beijing. He is the author of Philosophy of International Law (Edinburgh University Press, 2017).

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