|Title||Between peril and promise : The politics of international law|
|Author||J. Martin Rochester|
|Imprint||Los Angeles, CA : SAGE, 2012|
|Descript||xii, 372p. : ill ; 23 cm|
International law and international politics. -- The great paradigm debate: realism, idealism, and other schools. -- Is international law really law, or a charade? -- Jurisdiction: the allocation of legal competences over places and persons on land, at sea, and in the air and outer space. -- Human rights: what happened to sovereignty? -- War and peace: do we need new rules for an old problem? -- International economic relations and international law: regulating states and markets. -- International environmental law: protecting the biosphere. -- The future of international politics, international law, and global governance.
|Political Science Library||341 R676B 2012||CHECK SHELVES|
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