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Marie Aronsson-Storrier, Publicity in International Lawmaking: Covert Operations and the Use of Force, Cambridge University Press, 2020, 172 pp., £85.00, ISBN 9781108494380

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Marie Aronsson-Storrier, Publicity in International Lawmaking: Covert Operations and the Use of Force, Cambridge University Press, 2020, 172 pp., £85.00, ISBN 9781108494380

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  25 August 2021

Saeed Bagheri*
Affiliation:
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Global Law at Reading, School of Law, University of Reading [s.bagheri@reading.ac.uk].

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References

1 See, in general, R. McCorquodale, ‘Sources and the Subjects of International Law: A Plurality of Law- Making Participants’, in S. Besson, J. d’Aspremont and S. Knuchel (eds.), The Oxford Handbook on the Sources of International Law (2017), at 749–68. See also W. M. Reisman, ‘International Law-making: A Process of Communication: The Harold D. Lasswell Memorial Lecture’, (1981) 75 Proceedings of the Annual Meeting (American Society of International Law) 101, at 101–2.

2 M. Aronsson-Storrier, Publicity in International Lawmaking: Covert Operations and the Use of Force (2020), at 74–8.

3 Ibid., at 50–1.

4 Ibid., at 88.

5 See, for example, O. Corten, ‘The “Unwilling or Unable” Test: Has it Been, and Could it be, Accepted?’, (2016) 29 Leiden Journal of International Law 777, at 777–9; A. Deeks, ‘“Unwilling or Unable”: Toward a Normative Framework for Extra-Territorial Self-Defense’, (2012) 52 Virginia Journal of International Law 483, 483–550.