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International Arbitration and the Transformation of Comparative Law

—Donald Childress III, Pepperdine University We are in the midst of a monumental shift in the way international law views the state.  While at one time, the nation-state claimed near absolute authority over prescribing, adjudicating, and enforcing law, today we see many non-state actors competing for legal competence.  The historical idea, encapsulated in the PCIJ’s

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Published on January 12, 2013
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