No Sword, No Purse, No Power: The International Court of Justice in International Relations

Boulos, Anna M.

The power of domestic judiciaries to influence national governance has led to academic and political speculation about the role of international law in regulating international relations. This intersection between international law (IL) and international relations (IR) is a relatively new, albeit particularly relevant area of study, given that IR theories may have predictive power in identifying t... read more

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