Regionalism Constructed: A Short History of ‘Latin American International Law’
15 Pages Posted: 25 Dec 2012 Last revised: 20 Feb 2013
Date Written: 2012
An American regionalist perspective of international law surged in the nineteenth century and came to its highpoint in the early twentieth century as a “Latin American International Law.” This paper proposes a short but critical review of some of the arguments, texts and events that lawyers used to construct the history and the idea of this particular field of international law.
Keywords: Latin America, international law, history
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