1 P.H. Kooijmans, Internationaal Publiekrecht in Vogelvlucht (2000) 359, translation from Dutch by Marcel Brus. Quoted at p. 3. 2 p. 21. 3 pp. 21–22. Book review Gerard Kreijen, Marcel Brus, Jorri Duursma, Elisabeth de Vos, John Dugard, eds., State, Sovereignty, and International Governance , Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press, 2002, pp. xiv–643. This stimulating and diverse collection of 25 essays re-assesses the meaning and importance of ‘sovereignty’ in the context of our modern and interdependent world society. The heart of the book can be summed up in the words of the collection’s inspi- ration and dedicatee, Judge Pieter Kooijmans: Two world views collide: the traditional view of the world consisting of sharply distinguished compart- ments (the national States) and a view of an interdependent world society with common values and with problems that can only be solved through common efforts and with respect for universal, hence supra- national, legal rules. 1 The collection examines this collision of ‘two world views’ as follows: after a masterly introduction, Part I addresses ‘Conceptual Issues’, Part II contains ‘Practical Manifes- tations’, Part III is a ‘Conclusion’ consisting of one essay, and Part IV is entitled ‘On Pieter Kooijmans’. The first
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