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International Law Series

International Law Series

Over the last decades, the field of international law has developed from a small subfield to a multidisciplinary enterprise that draws on concepts and methods from other fields. This series on international law seeks to capture those developments by highlighting works that are enriched by these approaches and which shed new light on the problems of international law today.

The books in the series will address the increasing complexity of the international law context, encompassing governmental jurisdictions, nonprofit and private organizations that contract with government, as well as other institutions and organizations, regional or global, that engage in projects and activities that have international law purposes or implications.

Issues covered may include European Union and other organizations and the increasing global interest in public management. Although the series is likely to emphasize activities within the European Union, it would also include works that involve cross-national and comparative research.