Table of contents for Great powers and outlaw states : unequal sovereigns in the international legal order / Gerry Simpson.


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Foreword Professor James Crawford
Preface
Acknowledgements
Part I. Introduction: 1. Great powers and outlaw states
Part II. Concepts: 2. Sovereign equalities
3. Legalised hierarchies
Part III. Histories: Great Powers: 4. Legalised hegemony: Vienna to The Hague 1815-1906
5. 'Extreme equality': rupture at The Hague 1907
6. The great powers, sovereign equality and the making of the UN charter: San Francisco 1945
7. Holy alliances: Verona 1818 and Kosovo 1999
Part IV. Histories: Outlaw States: 8. Unequal sovereigns 1815-1839
9. Peace-loving nations: 1945
10. Outlaw states: 1999
Part V. Conclusion: 11. Arguing about Afghanistan: great powers and outlaw states redux
12. The puzzle of sovereignty.


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