• REGIONAL INTERNATIONAL LAW REVISITED: A EURASIAN INTERNATIONAL LAW

    Author(s):
    Artur Simonyan
    Date:
    2023
    Group(s):
    Michigan State International Law Review
    Subject(s):
    Law, Eurasia
    Item Type:
    Article
    Permanent URL:
    https://doi.org/10.17613/emhf-pm18
    Abstract:
    This article revisits old contestation about international law’s regionalist and universalist causes. First, formulated upon the “end of history” narrative, the article analyses the concept of fragmentation as a representation of the internal plurality of international law’s universality and liberating condition for the Great Powers to “secure a region” as a concrete spatial order. As a complement, it then conceptualizes the term geopoliticization of international law and visualizes its consequences for the normativity of regional international law. Secondly, the post-Soviet Eurasian space is examined based on both narratives of internal fragmentation and geopoliticization, which leads to the depiction of Eurasian international law. Artur
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