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In recognising the significant role law, especially international law, can play in supporting the objectives of global justice and sustainable development, this edited collection provides a wide-ranging analysis of some of the most fundamental challenges facing global society. In particular, the book seeks to consider the synergies between sustainable development and global justice – two notions that are simultaneously hugely important and, in equal measure, enormously contentious within both international law and international relations. The book is divided into three parts: part one, which revisits some of the basic assumptions on which the general principles are built; part two, which considers the implications for differing aspects of international law; and part three, which focuses on national and regional approaches.