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Right to Self-Defence in National and International Law ...

international law may possess national law qualities, and vice versa. The difference between these two bodies of law is merely a relative one; that is, while "[n]ational law is a relatively centralized legal order," international law has a relatively decentralized legal order.9 Kelsen argues that international law

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