2021
DOI: 10.33112/nm.16.1.20
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Enrico Arona

Abstract: Firstly, after replying to the Hart’s question “Is International Law really law?”, we determine if it can be binding upon sovereign states, and how it is (or not!) able to face out the new challenges listed below. Arguing that the inevitable and predictable harm inflicted on losers constitutes a pro tanto reason not to distribute goods competitively, we will focus on Hussain’s insights about what competition is and why it is morally problematic. Consequently, as clear definition of confli…

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