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The author's principal argument is that international law and international legal institutions are an important element of international relations and that political scientists in particular need to be more aware of the contributions they make. Arend critiques both the long-standing scepticism among political scientists, particularly adherents of structural realism, and the assumptions and methodologies of international lawyers.