About non state actors in international law the role and position of non state actors in international law is the subject of a long standing and intensive scholarly debate this book explores the participation of this new category of actors in an international legal system that has historically been dominated by states. Awareness of the social production of space may allow lawyers to imagine practices of resistance to the spatial status quo in particular rights of non state actors in the production of international law alongside states and obligations and responsibilities of non state actors especially where states have proved unable to properly assume . Behind this legal reality lies the normative reality of the international rule of law ideal powerful entities that operate to some degree independently on the international plane should be controlled by law and held accountable for their actions in other words political or economic actors should be visible also in the international legal order. Non state actors and the international rule of law revisiting the realist theory of international legal personality non state actors in international law politics and governance series 5 8 nichols p m zreconceptualizing the rule of law as an international norm an early draft article as a. This article assesses the implications of the current syria situation for the international law on the use of defensive force against non state actors the law in this area is highly unsettled with multiple legal positions in play after mapping the legal terrain the article shows that the syria situation accentuates three preexisting trends
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