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The contributed volume provides a unique reflection on the historic impact and contemporary relevance of the New Approaches to International Law (NAIL) movement within the European and the American contexts. The volume is organized to focus on three regimes of international law. First, contributors assess current challenges within the human rights movement through a historical perspective. Second, the volume provides a selection of theoretical-oriented scholarship that suggests future directions for international law. Third, contributions will turn to analyze the development and contemporary state of the laws of war. The volume will include a preface by the founder of NAIL, David Kennedy, and conclude with an epilogue by the Spanish legal theorist and historian, Jose Maria Beneyto. The book will attract a broad audience interested in international legal history, legal theory, and a number of popular themes in international law, comparative law, and international relations, including such topics as human rights, humanitarian law, and immigration and migration law.