Making International Law without Agreeing What It Is
Washington University Global Studies Law Review
The article examines how international law functions despite of decision-makers' different conceptions towards the international legal theory. It highlights the invasion of the U.S. on the construction of a wall by Iraq and Israel around Palestine, which depicts how outcomes of a legal nature can be obtained regardless of different conceptions of international law. It discusses the fragmentation of international legal theory using positivism and policy-oriented jurisprudence.
Making International Law without Agreeing What It Is,
Wash. U. Global Stud. L. Rev.