Description - The Degradation of the International Legal Order? by Bill Bowring
Drawing on a sophisticated and critical philosophical and political methodology, the book provides a diagnosis of the present impasse of international alw and international relations, especially since the Iraq invasion. International law found itself in a divided world prior to 1989, but those divisions have been traumatised in an extraordiarily short space of time. The book traces the paradoxes of the simultaneous afflorescence of liberal- Kantian - versions of international law, and the collapse of the USSR, and the rise of ethno-nationalism.
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Author Biography - Bill Bowring
Bill Bowring is Professor of Law at Birkbeck, University of London, and a practising barrister. His research interests include international law, human rights and Soviet and Russian law. He is also a legal and political activist and has taken many cases to the European Court of Human Rights.