The principal of non-intervention in international order
What provoked this enquiry was the prevalence of the view that the contemporary world is not a world in which a principle of non-intervention can obtain in international relations. The argument supporting this view takes two forms. One is that developments in international law in the twentieth century - the admission of the individual into international society as a subject of the law of nations, the progressive civilization of the state by law, and the emergence of international...[Show more]
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