Elgar International Law series

Editorial Board: Fausto Pocar, University of Milan, Italy Christian Tams, University of Glasgow, UK Nigel White, University of Nottingham, UK Hilary Charlesworth, University of Melbourne, Australia Helmut Philipp Aust, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany Giulio Bartolini, Università degli studi Roma Tre, Italy Veronika Fikfak, University of Copenhagen, Denmark Monica Hakimi, University of Michigan, US This flagship series is a forum for authored monographs that analyse current thinking and research across the spectrum of International Law, rigorously examining key concepts as well as provoking debate and questions for further research. Seeking to attract original thinking and new, challenging research, proposals are encouraged that engage with new and previously under-developed themes in the literature, or alternatively offer an innovative analysis of areas of uncertainty in the existing law. Some books offer a strictly legal analysis of international law, whilst others weave together related fields of law, and some draw on insights from disciplines other than law, such as politics, economics or international relations. Bringing together work from both established authors and a new generation of scholars, what all books in the series have in common is that they represent a calibre of scholarship that makes significant contributions to our understanding of the field.

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