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Multiculturalism And Contemporary International Law And Law-Making

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A tri-partite division of the new volume, Multiculturalism and International Law, is made by the editors in terms, first, of its characterization of Multiculturalism, in General Theory, as Imperative principle of Contemporary International Law; second, as operational guideline in the actual decision-making and procedures of the UN itself and also of its main institutions and processes; and finally, as normative policy to be applied in the progressive development of International Law under the UN Charter and reflected in the actual substantive law decision-making of the UN and its main institutions and agencies today.

Keywords: International Law; multiculturalism; UN Charter



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