Abstract and Keywords
This article provides a summary of the author's writing and teaching at several well-known law schools. The article addresses how the international organizations with a global reach have changed the mechanisms and reasoning behind the making, implementation, and enforcement of international law. It also notes the disappearance of a rather religious faith in law and multilateral approaches that had become characteristic of the legal culture among those who helped design the world organization in the 1940s.
Keywords: international organizations, global reach, international law, making of international law, implementation of international law, enforcement of international law, legal culture, world organization, religious faith, law and multilateral approaches
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