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Namibia is used here as an example of how international law is not static, but rather changing all the time. This is demonstrated in this text through an analysis of the legal and factual elements present in the creation, boundaries and territorial claims of Namibia, and the determinations of the League of Nations and the political organs of the United Nations which developed and clarified the rules of international law.;The author relies heavily upon primary sources, case law, state practice and the opinions of jurists.