Euro-centrism, Islamic jurisprudence and public international law: An examination

It’s rightly said that “Law of nations is nothing but a law of nature applied to nations in a state of natural liberty.” An insightful dealing with the genesis of public international law from the lens of most of the international jurists such as L.F.L Oppenheim, however, depicts a distorted version. It seems the entire…

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