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International law from below

development, social movements, and Third World resistance
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International law -- History., International agencies -- History, Human rights -- History., Economic development -- History., Social movements -- His

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StatementBalakrishnan Rajagopal.
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LC ClassificationsKZ1242 .R35 2003
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Paginationxvi, 343 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL3683783M
ISBN 100521816467, 0521016711
LC Control Number2003043923

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This book chronicles the complex relationship between international law and the Third World, during the twentieth century. It does so by suggesting that it is impossible to obtain a full understanding of this complex relationship unless one factors in two phenomena: first, a focus on development discourse as the governing logic of the political, economic, and social life in the Third World.

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