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Legalization: Interpreting the Empirical Evidence

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1 These figures were calculated from information provided in Christian L. Wiktor, Multilateral Treaty Calendar 1648-1995 (1998).

2 See Scott, Shirley V., International Lawyers: Handmaidens, Chefs, or Birth Attendants? A Response to Philip Akton, 9 Eur. J. Int’l L. 750-56 (1998).

3 See, inter alia, Scott, Shirley V., International Law as Ideology: Theorising the Relationship between International Law and International Politics, 5 Eur. J. Int’l L. 313 1994); Scott, Shirley V., Universalism and Title to Territory in Antarctica, 66 Nordic J. Int’l L. 33 (1997); Scott, Shirley V., Beyond “Compliance”: Reconceiving the International Law-Foreign Policy Dynamic, 19 Austrl. Y. B. Int’l L. 35 (1988).


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