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The Shifting Origins of International Law
Leiden Journal of International Law
AbstractBoth state-centrism and Eurocentrism are under challenge in international law today. This article argues that this double challenge is mirrored back into the study of the history of international law. It examines the effects of the rise of positivism as a method of norm-identification and the role of methodological nationalism upon the study of the history of international law in the modern foundational period of international law. It extends this by examining how this bequeathed adoi:10.1017/s0922156515000205 fatcat:cw6hu4e5kfg7lk7q75a5sp7h3y