Merging International Law and Comparative Law - 10.1628/rabelsz-2021-0045 - Mohr Siebeck
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Jaakko Husa

Merging International Law and Comparative Law

Balancing Between Normative and Non-Normative

Jahrgang 85 () / Heft 4, S. 745-774 (30)
Publiziert 12.10.2021

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The relationship between comparative law and public international law is paradoxical. These fields are in principle close to each other but remote in practice. The emergence of comparative international law has changed the situation as it invites comparative law scholars to enter into discussion on international law. This article provides a critical analysis on the possibilities for comparative law in the field of international law. It discusses and explains why a non-normative understanding of comparative international law works well together with the pluralist conception of comparative law, and why a normative understanding of comparative international law is incompatible with it. This article explains why comparative law scholars do not welcome the use of comparative law for international law purposes with open arms.
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