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This section presents an index of legal terms that occur in this book on British and Canadian Perspectives on International Law . The entries are in alphabetical order. This book examines the impact of public international law on the United Kingdom's and Canada's domestic legal systems. British and Canadian legal actors show an openness to comparative and international law which invites scholarly treatment under a transnational paradigm. Indeed some of the writers in this book explicitly work with a transnational or related paradigm and many others implicitly do so. The book is divided into five parts: comparing perspectives, crime, rights, human security and courts. Indeed many chapters of the book - especially those which adopt a transnational perspective - defy categorization into traditional public international law boxes, sitting as they do at the intersection of international law, comparative law and even 'law and globalization'.

Keywords: British legal actors; Canadian legal actors; domestic legal systems; public international law



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