ABSTRACT. The international obligation on states is not to create a perfect system of justice but a system of justice where serious errors are avoided or corrected (Paulsson). Kwiecien presents an approach which illustrates the immanent interrelation between state sovereignty and international law, and perceives the former as the basis of the latter. Anghie contends that colonialism was central to the constitution of international law. Wolff refers to the universal society of mankind governed by the law of nations.



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