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Author Miéville, China.

Title Between equal rights : a Marxist theory of international law / by China Miéville.

Published Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2005]
©2005

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 UniM Law High Use  KC 122 MIEV  OVERNIGHT LOAN  AVAILABLE
Physical description vi, 375 pages ; 25 cm.
Series Historical materialism book series, 1570-1522 ; vol. 6.
Historical materialism book series, 1570-1522.
Historical materialism book series ; 6.
Historical materialism book series. 1570-1522.
Notes Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral)--Dept. of International Relations, London School of Economics and Political Science.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Ch. 1. 'The vanishing point of jurisprudence' : international law in mainstream theory -- Ch. 2. Dissident theories : critical legal studies and historical materialism -- Ch. 3. For Pashukanis : an exposition and defence of the commodity-form theory of law -- Ch. 4. Coercion and the legal form : politics, (international) law and the state -- Ch. 5. States, markets and the sea : issues in the history of international law -- Ch. 6. Imperialism, sovereignty and international law -- Conclusion : against the rule of law -- App. Pashukanis on international law.
Summary "This book critically examines existing theories of international law and makes the case for an alternative Marxist approach. China Mieville draws on the pioneering jurisprudence of Evgeny Pashukanis linking law to commodity exchange, and in turn uses international law to make better sense of Pashukanis. Mieville argues that despite its advances, the recent 'New Stream' of radical international legal scholarship, like the mainstream it opposes, falls to make sense of the legal form itself. Drawing on Marxist theory and a critical history of international law from the sixteenth century to the present day, Mieville seeks to address that failure, and argues that international law is fundamentally constituted by the violence of imperialism."--BOOK JACKET.
Subject International law and socialism.
ISBN 9004131345 (hardback : alk. paper)