Studies in International Law and History: An Asian Perspective

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Although modern international law is now recognized as universally applicable to all the states as soon as they emerge as independent entities (whether members of the United Nations or not, they are accepted as members of the ever-expanding international society, and are bound by its rules and seek its protection), this is only a recent phenomenon not older than the United Nations itself. Before the Second World War, modern international law was supposed to be merely a law of and for the civilized Western European Christian ...

Studies in International Law and History: An Asian Perspective 2004, Brill - Nijhoff, Leiden, Netherlands

ISBN-13: 9789004138599

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