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Table of Cases / Index De La Jurisprudence

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Chapter Summary

This section of the book The Fundamental Rules of the International Legal Order presents a table of cases relevant to an attempt to clarify the true meaning of jus cogens and obligations erga omnes for the sake of academic determinacy and such practical purposes as jurisdictional immunities. The book attempts to reconceptualize the doctrine of hierarchy in international law by emphasizing that a clear distinction should be drawn between primary rules, which encapsulate precepts for the protection of the basic values of the international community, and secondary rules, which determine the regime of legal consequences flowing from a breach of such rules of conduct.

Keywords: international legal order; jurisdictional immunities; jus cogens; obligations erga omnes

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