Where cls and other critical discourses seek to uncover and explode the ideologies and biases of law to demonstrate its inability to fulfil its promises the present work is intended to initiate the task of demanding that law and especially cil live up to those very promises but first the nature of these promises and the structure and purpose of law must be examined . Customary international law is the most contentious area in public international law magnifying the ontological insecuritiesof international law through its own apparently paradoxical structure customary international law is an attempt to create normative structures to constrain states but structures which are themselves drawn from the conduct of states custom has unique importance as . Customary international law is an aspect of international law involving the principle of custom along with general principles of law and treaties custom is considered by the international court of justice jurists the united nations and its member states to be among the primary sources of international law many governments accept in principle the existence of customary international law . The end of customary international law uploaded by edgar wallace customary international law is the most contentious area in public international law 1 introduction methodology is probably not the strong point of the international court of justice icj or indeed of international law in general 1 unlike its approach to methods of treaty interpretation the court has hardly ever stated its . Yet as the last part of this article argues the rescue of customary international law by international lawyers may prove counter productive as it currently is accelerating the decay of the modern two element doctrine of customary international law the article ends with a few observations on the life and death of doctrines
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