Conceptualizing Comparative International Law
Comparative international law utilizes insights and methods from comparative law in order to identify, analyze, and explain similarities and differences in how international law is understood, interpreted, applied, and approached by different national and international actors. Although such approaches find important antecedents in earlier scholarship, distinct attention to �comparative international law� has grown in recent years, particularly in light of changes in geopolitical power. This...[Show more]
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