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Published by Státní pedagogické nakl. in [Praha] .
Written in English

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  • International law.

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Edition Notes

Statement[by] Miroslav Potočný [and] Stanislav Myslil. Translated from Czech by Zdeněk Červenka.
SeriesActa Universitatis XVII. novembris Pragensis. Vědecký sborník fakulty společenskovědní. Řada právní,, sv., čís. 1
ContributionsMyslil, Stanislav, joint author.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsJX3695.C9 P6713
The Physical Object
Pagination316 p.
Number of Pages316
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5470685M
LC Control Number73173757

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Principles and bases of peaceful coexistence are part of an important investigation topic nowadays. The right to peaceful coexistence has two aspects. From a general international law perspective it means friendly relationships among countries and nations based on recognition, equality of rights, non intervention and peaceful solutions to problems. Key words: legal principles, legal values, legal norms, comparitivism, cognitive complexity. 1. Introduction The importance of legal principles as one of the most important sources of law is well recognized and emphasized in the legal theory. Nevertheless, the notion of legal principle remains still disputable and for many is not still clear. This book offers a multi-discursive analysis of the constitutional foundations for peaceful coexistence, the constitutional background for discontent and the impact of discontent, and the consequences of conflict and revolution on the constitutional order of a democratic society which may lead to its implosion. The volume provides the reader with a multi-discursive analysis of the. Coexistence and Cooperation in International Law - Volume 18 Issue 1. Both scholars and practitioners apparently feel that the older rhetoric of international law—nonintervention, peaceful settlement of disputes, the law of war—is to a great extent irrelevant to a world in turmoil. walking into your office with three large law books.