Beyond Confrontation: International Law for the Post-Cold War Era
International law suffered a drastic loss of respect during the Cold War for being neither consistently observed nor enforced by the superpowers, especially when their vital interests were at stake. In this volume, authors from the United States and the former Soviet Union have worked in pairs on each of ten timely and important topics in international law, aiming toward genuinely collaborative scholarship to bridge and overcome Cold War divisions. The results make a significant and original contribution to a new generation of international legal scholarship.
Comparative and Foreign Law | Comparative Politics | International Law | International Relations | Law | Political Science | Social and Behavioral Sciences
Center on Global Governance
Damrosch, Lori Fisler; Danilenko, Gennady M.; and Müllerson, Rein, "Beyond Confrontation: International Law for the Post-Cold War Era" (1995). Books. 211.