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Ways in which Politics influences International law and as to how that affects the legitimacy of the International legal order

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posted on 10.02.2021, 19:28 by Vishal Sharma

In this article focus is put on how politics influences International Law majorly in the form of coercive and cooperative ways like ideological imposition, sovereign self-interest games, humanitarianism, good governance, customs and treaties as well as ways surrounding the solution of international conflicts and dealing with non-state actors. Also, a perspective is put forth upon as to how influence of politics on International Law affects the legitimacy of the International legal order.

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vishalsharma.officemail@gmail.com

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India

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Independent researcher

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Coventry University

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