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These varying and evolving interpretations can, in turn, change and impact the international rules themselves.
The volume also tracks the evolution of the R2P norm, and draws attention to how it has evolved, for better or for worse, since UN member states unanimously accepted it over a decade ago. This is the first comprehensive and interdisciplinary examination of Greenland's international relations and how they are connected to wider Arctic politics.
Written in honour of the internationally renowned Professor Nigel Lowe, this book explores current issues in international family and child law and considers how the field might develop in the future.