The Evolution of International LawBoston College International and Comparative Law Review (2008)
AbstractGlobalization, characterized by the inter-connectivity of persons, states, and non-state actors on a global plane, has led to the development of binding international law across several legal fields, namely, international human rights, international criminal law, and private international law. This Article explores the proliferation of actors, norms, and organizations, as well as the expansion of international jurisdiction that has underscored the development of international law over the last half century. The Article focuses on the impact of globalized international law on state actors, as well as on individuals, by reshaping their behavior in the international realm. In particular, this Article assesses the role that globalized international law plays in specific legal fields, drawing comparisons and suggesting what the future might hold for such fields of law.
Citation InformationMilena Sterio. "The Evolution of International Law" Boston College International and Comparative Law Review Vol. 31 (2008)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/milena_sterio/22/