Abstract

Mainstream international legal theories regard international law as objective and autonomous. Moreover, the mainstream does not tend to examine critically the history of international law or its hegemonic nature. Theories of law should be considered as distinct perspectives that help illuminate different aspects or influences of the legal systems. In this context, Marxist theories, Feminist theories and TWAIL offer the opportunity to adopt a particular theoretical framework to consider international law - a perspective adopted in this thesis.

Details

Actions