Chapter 10: Third World Approaches to International Law and the Ghosts of Apartheid
10. Third world approaches to international law and the ghosts of apartheid John Reynolds The concept and practice of apartheid was central to the post-war evolution of international law as a site of contestation between imperial interests and ant...
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