Legal Order in a Violent World
Richard A. Falk
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Sozialwissenschaften, Recht, Wirtschaft / Politikwissenschaft
Professor Myres S. McDougal of the Yale Law School calls this examination of the relation of law and violence in contemporary international society "...a profound, perceptive, and eloquent contribution to the most important problem of our time." Professor Falk places great emphasis on two distinctive challenges to world order--nuclear weapons and civil strife. While developing the implication that even the most powerful states are vulnerable to destruction trhough nuclear attack, he also points out that there is no very firm hope that military power cna be managed so as to reduce the predominance of the sovereign state in world politics. Richard A. Falk is Milbank Professor of International Law and Practice, Princeton University. Published for the Center of International Studies, Princeton University.
Originally published in 1968.
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Crime, Power politics, Conflict of laws, Sedition, Authoritarianism, Belligerent, War crime, Balance of terror, Disarmament, International law, Nuclear weapon, Treaty, Subversion, Political violence, War of aggression, Reprisal, Insurgency, Non-interventionism, Contraband, International relations, Violent Struggle, War, Military threat, Total war, Hostility, Law of war, Perfidy, Use of force by states, A Pretext for War, Undeclared war, Warfare, Civil disorder, Defensive war, International crisis