Subjects and Actors in International Law
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Author: Viljam Engström
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A. States as the primary actors of international lawEdit
I. Westphalia and the idea of sovereign statesEdit
II. Legal personality in international lawEdit
B. The expanding sphere of actors of international lawEdit
I. The eroding distinction between subjects and objectsEdit
II. The pluralization of actors of international lawEdit
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