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Revolution and World Order
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Revolution and World Order: The Revolutionary State in International Society
The Westphalian conception of international society state and people - the American Revolution state and nation - the French Revolution state and class - the Russian Revolution the revolt against theExpand
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International Law and International Relations
Part I. The Foundations: 1. The nature of international law 2. The evolution of international law 3. Three lenses: realism, liberalism, constructivism Part II. The Law in World Politics: 4. Use ofExpand
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Law, Justice and the Idea of a World Security
This article examines the thesis that international law is evolving in ways that reflect the requirement of world justice rather than international order and that are appropriate to an emerging worldExpand
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The Emergence of Global Civil Society
The term ‘civil society’ has been employed in several distinct ways in political thought. John Locke used it interchangeably with ‘political society’, which he imagined as an association based on theExpand
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Evolving conceptions of justice in international law
Abstract The article examines the argument that international law is already beginning to reflect cosmopolitanism. It does so by briefly reviewing the history of the ways in which concepts of justiceExpand
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Routledge Handbook of International Law
Routledge handbook of international law , Routledge handbook of international law , کتابخانه دیجیتال و فن آوری اطلاعات دانشگاه امام صادق(ع)
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Force and Legitimacy in World Politics: Index
1. Notes on contributors 2. Introduction David Armstrong and Theo Farrell 3. Legitimacy and the use of force: can the circle be squared? Andrew Hurrell 4. Legality and legitimacy: the quest forExpand
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