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Overseas legislation and diplomacy: Synthesizing Insights from Interdisciplinary Scholarship brings jointly the main influential modern writers within the fields of overseas legislations and diplomacy to take inventory of what we all know concerning the making, interpretation, and enforcement of overseas legislation. The contributions to this quantity seriously discover what fresh interdisciplinary paintings finds concerning the layout and workings of overseas associations, a few of the roles performed via overseas and family courts, and the criteria that increase compliance with foreign legislation. the amount additionally explores how interdisciplinary paintings has complicated theoretical understandings of the motives and outcomes of the elevated legalization of overseas affairs.

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Richard Steinberg’s chapter (Chapter 6) memorably describes why realism is the theoretical approach that international lawyers love to hate. More important, Steinberg explains how lawyers, in particular, have often misunderstood realist claims and why realism remains a useful tool for positive analysis of international law. His chapter describes how realist premises can be combined with insights from other approaches to constitute a research program in international law with substantial explanatory and predictive power.

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