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The Writings of Ove Bring

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This chapter briefly discusses the writings of Ove Bring. The presentation of Ove Bring's writings is neither complete, nor is it a formal ?list of publications' to be included in a proper Curriculum Vitae. It simply aims at giving a reasonable picture of Bring's spheres of interest as reflected in his writings. A number of publications are not included in the list, such as books that he has co-edited or treaty collections that he has compiled with colleagues. Bring's many newspaper articles are included since they reflect his engagement in the current debate on international law and politics and his profound interest in placing international law in a historical, cultural and legal context. Bring has written numerous articles in the Swedish National Encyclopedia (Nationalencyklopedin), many of which are signed. Bring's reviews are informative and clear, but never without comments or reflections. They are most often evidence of his particular interests.

Keywords: international law; Ove Bring; politics; Swedish National Encyclopedia

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