Values and Power Relations : The "Disillusionment" of International Law
"The most likely development I think we can expect will be the coexistence of two (…) “legal worlds”. On the one hand, an inter-State law brutally regulating political relations between human groups whitewashed by nationalism; on the other hand, a transnational or “a-national” law regulating economic relations between private as well as public interests. There are, I believe, two obvious victims (…) of this foreseeable evolution: the human being on the one hand, the certainty and effectiveness of the rule of law itself on the other hand.”
Values and Power Relations. The "Disillusionment" of International Law. 2019.
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