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(p. 213) 12. The Implementation of International Rules Within National Systems 

(p. 213) 12. The Implementation of International Rules Within National Systems
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(p. 213) 12. The Implementation of International Rules Within National Systems
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Antonio Cassese

DOI:
10.1093/he/9780199259397.003.0012
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date: 18 October 2019

This chapter describes the relationship between international and national law; international rules on implementing international law in domestic legal settings; trends emerging among the legal systems of States; and techniques of implementation. It also discusses how most States do not accord primacy to international rules in their national legal systems. Thus, most members of the world community tend to play down the possible role of international legal standards in their domestic legal setting.

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