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This section presents an outline of structure of the book Towards a Reorganisation System for Sovereign Debt: An International Law Perspective. The book consists of four parts. Part one presents an introduction. Part two deals with the principal reform proposals. Part three discusses the international law perspective, and finally part four presents the conclusion. The insolvency of sovereign debtors is a virtually timeless phenomenon and yet the existing international financial architecture does not provide any legal framework to deal with this issue. Following an overview of the main proposals as to how to bridge this gap, the book analyses the extent to which public international law can be used as a source for the establishment of a reorganisation system for sovereign debt.

Keywords: international financial architecture; international law; public international law; reorganisation system; sovereign debt



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