International Law: The Rise of Russia as a Global Threat
This book examines the relevance of International Law in the world today. It assesses the pertinence of global entities to sanction nations that engage in problematic conducts both domestically and regionally. It centers on the behaviors that pose a risk for long-term regional stability and global peace. The UN is, more often than not, ineffective as a global force for good. The book argues in favor of reevaluating International Law. It denotes flaws in the enforcement apparatus of several international institutions, notably the UN itself.