Subjects and Actors in International Law
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A. States as the primary actors of international law[edit | edit source]
I. Westphalia and the idea of sovereign states[edit | edit source]
II. Legal personality in international law[edit | edit source]
B. The expanding sphere of actors of international law[edit | edit source]
I. The eroding distinction between subjects and objects[edit | edit source]
II. The pluralization of actors of international law[edit | edit source]
Further Readings[edit | edit source]
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Conclusion[edit | edit source]
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