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|Title:||The “European Model” of international law and its significance for Asia||Authors:||Mayer, Benoît||Keywords:||Regionalism||Issue Date:||2012||Source:||Mayer, B. (2012). The “European Model” of International Law and its Significance for Asia: Some Critical Reflections (EUC Working Paper, No. 7). Singapore: EU Centre.||Series/Report no.:||EUC working paper, No. 7-12||Abstract:||There is a certain arrogance in the affirmation that a “European model” of regional integration and of compliance with international law should be adopted anywhere in the world, and in Asia in particular. This article argues on the contrary that Asia and Europe are in fundamentally different situations vis-à-vis international law. Based on an analysis of recent events and latest legal developments in Europe, it puts the “European model” of regional integration and the European selective compliance with international law in perspective with regard to the Asian context. Without denying that “civilizations” should learn from one another and that the European experience may be relevant to some extent in Asia, this article concludes that the tools developed in Europe should be used differently in Asia.||URI:||https://hdl.handle.net/10356/103875
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