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Min läsarvecka gör att jag stöter pà en artikel om anti-satellit vapen, som börjar sà här,

Customary International Law and the Regulation of Anti-Satellite Weapons

By David A. Koplow

“When I’m ridin’ round the world. And I’m doin’ this and I’m signing that”
-- The Rolling Stones, “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” 1965

Few people would suspect that those intense lyrics, central to possibly the greatest rock and roll song ever performed, in fact contain a cleverly encoded message expressing Mick Jagger’s and Keith Richards’ discreet homage to public international law. But that’s how I see it: the evocative passage incorporates thinly-veiled references to the two primary sources of international law obligations: things countries do (i.e., customary international law) and things countries sign (i.e., treaties).

Hahahahaha. Vem sa att vi akademikertöntar inte har humor? Undrar om jag kan slänga in ett Beyonce eller Jay citat i min book?



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