Conflict can occur when a body of law regulating one aspect of international activity does not correspond with the rules of another. This book uses trade in cultural products to illustrate that, rather than being a question of accidental overlap, such conflicts stem from different regimes having fundamentally different goals.But are we sure to describe here anything other than a process of increasing complexification of the international legal systemaa phenomenon that is in many ways ... 1 See P.-M. Dupuy, a#39;Competition among International Tribunals and the Authority of the International Court of Justicea#39;, in U. Fastenrath et al. (eds), From Bilateralism to Community Interest: Essays in Honour ofBruno Simma (2011) 862.
|Title||:||The Law and Politics of International Regime Conflict|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press - 2014-02|