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This article exposes the difficulties raised by Matthew Waxman's article in correctly assessing what he designates as the 'Bright-Liners' view. Three propositions will be detailed in support of this thesis. First, I will argue that (even) those who are considered as 'Bright-Liners' recognize the existence of 'grey zones' and the necessity to make some 'balance' between different elements in each particular context. It seems therefore incorrect to distinguish the two tendencies according to thisdoi:10.1093/ejil/chs090 fatcat:t63hrgdwnvboha4ephjpitjzgu