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ERIC Number: ED052077
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Oct-15
Pages: 24
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
World Law.
Marvin, David
This consultant paper is intended to provide information useful to a goal of this curriculum development project in the war/peace field, that is to encourage students to search intelligently for alternatives to war. The most fundamental assumptions used in thinking about international law are described, including some assumptions about systemic relationships. Several conceptual models of arrangements for management, settlement, or the outright prevention of conflict are presented to define features of three systems of international law: 1) Law of Reciprocity, 2) Law of Cooperation, and 3) Law of Subordination. Included in this analysis is background discussion of the international political system and the balance of powers. In addition, problems raised by the assumptions incorporated in each of the three models are indicated. An annotated bibliography of 23 entries is provided. Other consultant papers from this inservice session are SO 001 262 through SO 001 265; related documents from the Diablo Valley Project are SO 001 259 through SO 001 267. (Author/JSB)
Diablo Valley Education Project, 1730 Grove Street, Berkeley, California 94709 ($1.00)
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Authoring Institution: New York Friends Group, Inc., New York. Center for War/Peace Studies.; Diablo Valley Education Project, Orinda, CA.
Identifiers: Diablo Valley Education Project; Social Control
Note: Paper presented at a Conference, Center for War/Peace Studies, San Francisco, California, March, 1970