Chapter 32: International community
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The chapter analyses the omnipresent notion of an ‘international community’. It offers a succinct survey of international legal approaches to that concept, highlights the relationship between the international community and international law and traces the impact of the community concept on the development of illustrative areas of international law (collective security, State responsibility and so on).

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