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Considérations sur le droit international public des anciennes cultures extra-europénnes

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History of public international law that we know today was natural to analyze the public law of Europe which it was derived. The prospect of joining the European public international law and universal then First, those multiple and multipolar, public international rights have existed elsewhere, helped to significantly increase knowledge of the depths of "international law". Other important contributions associated with these historical studies are the "broader context". Public international law is a universal reality. In sum, from a historical perspective, there single positive public international law, valid today, with one story, its history; but also there was a plurality of public international rights in the most diverse regions of the world who have not had the good fortune to be a world civilizations law because they emanated ended at a time endless historical sequences by decline. Therefore, the evolutionary course of these legal orders was brutally cut.

Keywords: public international law; legal orders; European; law of Europe

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