The Ukraine Crisis, Cold War II, and International Law

@article{Mamlyuk2015TheUC,
  title={The Ukraine Crisis, Cold War II, and International Law},
  author={Boris N. Mamlyuk},
  journal={German Law Journal},
  year={2015},
  volume={16},
  pages={479 - 522}
}
The Ukraine crisis has, yet again, called into question the coherence and stability of international law both as a language for mediating particular types of international disputes—such as conflicts between the so-called Great Powers— and as a set of institutions capable of serving as fora for the resolution of these disputes. Given the scale and intensity of the ongoing war in Ukraine and the magnitude of its regional and global repercussions, a number of policymakers and historians have… 

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