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Islamic Law and International Law

Islamic Law and International Law

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Publisher Oxford University Press
Year 01/11/2019
Edition First
Pages 328
Version hardback
Readership level Professional and scholarly
Language English
ISBN 9780190064631
Categories Comparative politics, International relations, International law
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There are twenty-nine Islamic law states (ILS) in the world today, and their Muslim population is over 900 million. Muslims in these countries-and, to some extent, all Muslims-are ethically, morally, doctrinally, or politically committed to the Islamic legal tradition, a unique logic and culture of justice based on nonconfrontational dispute resolution. In Islamic Law and International Law, Emilia Justyna Powell examines the differences and similarities between the Islamic legal tradition and international law, focusing in particular on the issue of conflict management and resolution. In many Islamic Law States, Islamic law displaces secular law in state governance and shapes these countries' international dealings. Powell considers why some of Islamic Law States accept international courts while others avoid them, stressing throughout that we cannot make blanket claims about such states. Each relationship is context-specific, hinging on the nature of the domestic legal system. Moreover, not all of these states are Islamic to the same degree or in the same way. Secular law and religious law fuse in different ways in different domestic legal systems. Often, the Islamic legal tradition points in one direction, while the Western-based, secularized international law points in another. However, Powell argues that Islamic legal tradition contains elements that are compatible with modern international law. She marshals original data on the legal systems structures in thirty Islamic Law States over the entire course of the post-World War Two era, and she draws from in-depth interviews with Islamic law scholars and leading practitioners of international law, including judges of the International Court of Justice. Rich in empirical evidence, this book will reshape how we think about the relationship between ILS and the international system. "This topical book is an important contribution to the rectification of persisted (simplistic and often willful) misconceptions of Islamic law and its compatibility with modern international law. Scholars and the general reader will benefit immensely from reading it."-HE Judge Awn Shawkat Al-Khasawneh, Former Prime Minister of Jordan and Former Judge at the International Court of Justice A tour de force, this book enriches our understanding of the international legal system as it shows that 'Islamic Law States' seek certainty in the settlement of their disputes. Most impressively, Powell explains how and why 'Islamic Law States' vary in their engagement with international courts and ar

Islamic Law and International Law

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CHAPTER ONE: Introduction

CHAPTER TWO: International Law, Islamic Law, and Islamic Law States

CHAPTER THREE: Islamic Law and International Law: Similarities and Differences

CHAPTER FOUR: A Theory of Islamic Peaceful Resolution of Disputes

CHAPTER FIVE: Islamic Law States and Peaceful Resolution of Territorial Disputes

CHAPTER SIX: Islamic Law States and the International Court of Justice

CHAPTER SEVEN: Legal Schools and Regions

CHAPTER EIGHT: Conclusion

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