This book offers a compelling view of the future of international legal reasoning and legal theory it offers a critical analysis of the prescriptive norms and institutions of modern international law and argues that international law has the capacity to advance in practice the abstract social values shared by the community of states and persons. Fairness in international law and institutions thomas m franck on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers this new book by one of the most distinguished scholars of his generation offers a compelling view of modern international law based upon his hague academy lectures. Fairness in international law and institutions thomas m franck a clarendon press publication based on professor francks highly acclaimed hague academy general course professor franck is one of the worlds most distinguished international lawyers. International law has developed dramatically during the past few decades alongside numerous international institutions this book sheds new light on traditional elements of international law and serves as an introduction to the new law and multilateral institutions concerned with issues such as global security economic development environmental protection and self determination. This ambitious work begins with the premise that international law no longer has to defend its existence but can now make substantive progress particularly on the matter of fairness this the author does rather comprehensively looking at the fairness of international law on the issues of self determination just and unjust wars collective security environmental norms and international
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