Boundaries of discourse in the International Court of Justice : mapping arguments in Arab territorial disputes
Territorial adjudication before the International Court of Justice (ICJ) goes beyond drawing lines on maps; it is a discursive contest over the limits of Jaw and membership in international society. For Third World states endowed with 'full' membership in the postcolonial era, how are narratives of inclusion and exclusion, as well as law and politics, constructed in the courtroom? Within the institutional biases and linguistic parameters peculiar to international law, how can postcolonial...[Show more]
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