TRACING THE CIVILIZATIONAL INFLUENCES IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF CHINESE AND RUSSIAN APPROACHES TO INTERNATIONAL LAW

@article{Amarasinghe2020TRACINGTC,
  title={TRACING THE CIVILIZATIONAL INFLUENCES IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF CHINESE AND RUSSIAN APPROACHES TO INTERNATIONAL LAW},
  author={Punsara Amarasinghe and S. K. Rajhans},
  journal={Torun International Studies},
  year={2020},
  volume={1},
  pages={5-21}
}
This article seeks to examine the rigor of civilizational values in modern international law as a crucial factor and how historically different civilizational values have inculcated different approaches to international law. While critiquing the civilizational rhetoric built by European nations in creating Eurocentric international law, this article illuminates how international law has been perceived by China and Russia following their historical complexities as unique states. The results… Expand
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