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Bridging the Gap? The 1999 Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  03 March 2004

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The 1999 Annual Meeting of the ASIL exhibited a rare diversity of panels and speakers. The paradigm of an ‘inclusive’ professional community, shared by this Meeting, is well in line with a more general understanding of international law as an inclusive, unified discipline. This Editorial begins investigating this image of unity and its consequences for the ways ‘difference’ is encountered in professional debate.

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