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International organisations, non-State actors, and the formation of customary international law

Manchester University Press

Melland Schill Perspectives on International Law

General Editors

Professor Jean d’Aspremont

Dr Sufyan Droubi

Professor Iain Scobbie

Building on the history of Melland Schill Classics and Melland Schill Studies at Manchester University Press, Melland Schill Perspectives on International Law was established to reflect the diversity of international legal scholarship worldwide. This inclusive, accessible series aims to offer a platform for scholars from different regions who adopt innovative approaches to new and old topics.

Melland Schill Perspectives on International Law is founded on the idea that every international legal issue should be debated from various and, at times, incommensurable perspectives. Though there is a great deal of diversity in international legal debates and practice, this diversity is often obfuscated by prevailing Euro-centric and positivist narratives, which not only creates difficulties for non-Western scholars to be heard but hinders the development of different approaches.

International organisations, non-State actors, and the formation of customary international law

Edited by Sufyan Droubi and Jean d’Aspremont

Manchester University Press


Published by Manchester University Press

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www.manchesteruniversitypress.co.uk

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ISBN 978 1 5261 3415 8 hardback

First published 2020

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