The Poverty of Development and the Development of Poverty in International Law

James Crawford and Sarah Nouwen (eds.), Select Proceedings of the European Society of International Law (Oxford, 2012)

10 Pages Posted: 18 Jan 2018

Date Written: 2012

Abstract

Does International Law have anything to offer to the 'poorest of the poor'? The short answer to this question is: yes, potentially. So far, however, it has offered very little. Indeed, international law is unlikely to offer very much at all if we continue to approach the question of poverty in the way we have for the past sixty years, let along since the end of the Cold War.

Suggested Citation

Pahuja, Sundhya, The Poverty of Development and the Development of Poverty in International Law (2012). James Crawford and Sarah Nouwen (eds.), Select Proceedings of the European Society of International Law (Oxford, 2012). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3100654

Sundhya Pahuja (Contact Author)

Melbourne Law School ( email )

University of Melbourne
185 Pelham Street, Carlton
Victoria, Victoria 3010
Australia
+61 3 8344 7102 (Phone)

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