Natural Law and International Relations (1979)
Natural law was an important topic for Bull in his work on the history of thought about international relations and in his exploration of what might be the essential elements of international society. But it became still more important as he came to grapple with the implications of the expansion of international society beyond its original European confines, and with the reality of cultural diversity and of competing and conflicting conceptions of what international order might, and should, entail.
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