2 edition of Studies in international law and relations found in the catalog.
Studies in international law and relations
A. Pearce Higgins
A selection of studies, many of which have been already published in periodicals, but all have been revised and some re-written. cf. Pref.
|Statement||by A. Pearce Higgins.|
|LC Classifications||JX3225 .H5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||314|
|LC Control Number||28027869|
The term “international relations” is commonly used in non-academic settings to refer to the international outcomes that the eponymous discipline seeks primarily to Author: Thomas H. Lee. s and s, international law was widely viewed as irrelevant to the study of international relations. The drought of scholarly work linking international law with international relations ended by the mids. The study of inter-national regimes in the s and s foreshadowed the current sharp upswing in interest in international Size: KB.
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