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This front matter section of the book Multiculturalism and International Law contains table of contents, preface, Avant-Propos, foreword, an abbreviated biography of Edward Mcwhinney, a select bibliography of Mcwhinney's works, and a note on style and abbreviations. Multiculturalism in international law has been with us since the dawning of modern international relations. The contributions presented in the book are the result of part of these efforts. Almost 40 leading-edge legal thinkers and scholars, drawn from all main legal-cultures and civilization-areas, have come together from every continent to honor Professor Edward McWhinney, who is known as Ted to his friends, by examining multiculturalism and international law.

Keywords: international law; multiculturalism



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