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Russian Discourses on International Law: Sociological and Philosophical Phenomenon


ISBN13: 9781138566705
Published: September 2018
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £105.00



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A number of recent events in the last decade have renewed interest in Russian discourses on international law. This book evaluates and presents a contemporary analysis of Russian discourses on international law from various perspectives, including sociological, theoretical, political, and philosophical. The aim is to identify how Russia interacts with international law, the reasons behind such interactions, and how such interactions compare with the general practice of international law. It also examines whether legal culture and other phenomena can justify Russia’s interaction in international law.

Russian Discourses on International Law explains Russia's interpretation of international law through the lens of both leading western scholars and contemporary western-based Russian scholars. It will be of value to international law scholars looking for a better understanding of Russia’s behavior in international legal relations, law and society, foreign policy, and domestic application of international law. Further, those in fields such as sociology, politics, philosophy, or general graduate students, lawyers, think tanks, government departments, and specialized Russian studies programs will find the book helpful.

Subjects:
Public International Law, Other Jurisdictions , Russian Federation
Contents:
Table of Contents
Russian Discourses on International Law: Sociological and Philosophical Phenomenon
Edited by P. Sean Morris
Contents
Notes on contributors
Acknowledgements
Introduction- Book Abstract
Part I Russia and the theoretical struggles on international law
The nature of Russian discourses on international law – a contemporary survey
Vladislav L. Tolstykh
Contradictions and incompleteness in international legal discourses in Russia
Anna Isaeva
Russia and international human rights law: A view from the past
Anna Lukina
Part II Social systems, constitutionalism and the legitimation of legal ideology
Living Constitutionalism in Russia
Maria Smirnova and Chris Thornhill
"Sovereign democracy" and international law: legitimation and legal ideology
P. Sean Morris
Part III Ethical borders and transplantation of law and morals
Russia and the Council of Europe: An incomplete ideology, and a transplanted legal regime?
Bill Bowring
International law and transnational dimension of the Russian Orthodox Church
Sebastian Rimstad
Part IV The high politics of contemporary Russia in International law
Foreign policy discourses as part of understanding Russia and International law
William E. Butler
The changing nature of the contemporary Russian interpretation of the right to self-determination under international law
Tero Lundstedt
The principle of territorial integrity in Russian international law doctrine: The case of Crimea
Christer Pursiainen and Tuomas Forsberg
Part V The application of international law and the international economic system
Russian banking regulation and supervision in the light of global financial governance: Some theoretical perspectives on soft law approaches to banking regulation
Alexander Vishnevskiy
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