Chapter 11: The critic
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The contribution sketches the functions and potential of critical interventions by both international legal practitioners and scholars. It builds on the assumption that critique requires a reflexive distance vis-à-vis the operations of the international legal system. Two broader and particularly prominent critical approaches in international legal scholarship are identified: critique as exposing hegemonic structures in international law, and critique as exposing indeterminacy in international legal discourse.

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