Courts, codes, and custom : legal tradition and state policy toward international human rights and environmental law /
"Why is it that some countries comply with international laws, while others disregard them? Courts, Codes, and Custom argues that the degree to which states accept and comply with international legal norms is rooted in a country's domestic legal tradition. Offering a novel cultural-institu...
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