To what extent does international law obstruct the protection of common interests?

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Abstrakt

In brief the contribution argues that particular interests are often dressed up as common interests, e.g. when postulating an underlying natural law or even natural rights. As much as it is a problem for 19 states to agree on common interests, it is a problem that what is presented as common interest often prove to be home grown norms and particular interests
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelThe Common Interest in International Law
RedaktørerWolfgang Benedek, Koen de Feyter, Matthias Kettemann, Christina Voigt
ForlagIntersentia
Publikationsdato2014
Sider29-50
Kapitel2
ISBN (Trykt)978-1-78068-271-6
StatusUdgivet - 2014
NavnLaw & Cosmopolitan Values
Vol/bind5

Emneord

  • internatiobal law
  • common interest
  • imperialism
  • constuctivism
  • international society
  • Vitoria's trick
  • ius gentium

Citationsformater

Schaumburg-Müller, S. (2014). To what extent does international law obstruct the protection of common interests? I W. Benedek, K. de Feyter, M. Kettemann, & C. Voigt (red.), The Common Interest in International Law (s. 29-50). Intersentia. Law & Cosmopolitan Values, Bind. 5