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(p. 134) 5. The Internationalization of Public Law and Its Impact on the UK 

(p. 134) 5. The Internationalization of Public Law and Its Impact on the UK
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(p. 134) 5. The Internationalization of Public Law and Its Impact on the UK
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David Feldman

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10.1093/he/9780198709824.003.0006
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date: 25 April 2019

This chapter examines the interaction of national public law and international influences. Intellectual, cultural, diplomatic, and legal developments elsewhere have always affected the development of public law in the UK. In the other direction, national public law values are increasingly generating calls for reform of international law and institutions. The chapter discusses internationalization and the need for protection for national interests, and the mechanisms by which the integrity and legitimacy of national structures are maintained in an international context. It argues that international influences must be treated with caution in developing the structures of an established state and constitutional arrangements.

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