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by G. Van Hoof

ePub Rethinking Sources International Law download
G. Van Hoof
Springer; 1 edition (July 29, 1985)
Foreign & International Law
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1 For a more extensive discussion of this point, see D’Amato,, The Concept of Human Rights in International Law, 82 Colum.

L. Rev. 1110, 1140–44 (1982). Recommend this journal. American Journal of International Law.

Anton K. Raap, G. van Hoof, Pieter van Duijn. The Histochemical Journal. Pemikiran kembali sumber-sumber hukum internasional Rethinking the sources of international law, . Van Hoof; alih bahasa Hatta. SummaryThe correct localization of oxidative enzymes using cytochemical tetrazolium methods, in which low molecular weight electron carriers such as NAD(P)H and reduced phenazine methosulphate (PMSH. More). Successfull Acid Stimulation Of Deep Dolomitic Gas Reservoirs In The Canadian Foothills.

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The doctrine of sources has served international law well over the past century, providing .

The doctrine of sources has served international law well over the past century, providing structure and coherence during a time when international law was expa. The expansion of the international community, the rise of human rights, developments in international legal theory, and the international system's need to adapt to changing circumstances, have all also put pressure on the reified role of "treaty" in identifying rules of international law.

van hoof, rethinking the sources of international law (1983). Lazare Kopelmanas, Custom as a Means of the Creation of International Law, 18 BRIT. ongoing debate within the legal community about the sources of interna-tional law,63 for example, whether the traditional sources should be expanded to include . General Assembly resolutions, a debate that has generally taken place within the closed world of international law where legal texts serve as the main source of authority.