Towards a more radical deterritorialisation of language
A reply to Ekaterina Yahyahoui
It is hard to imagine an ‘intensive usage’ of language being accommodated within international law. How would international treaty-making incorporate use of syntax...
The future of international law: shaped by English
‘The world will never be the same. It will not obey aggressive orders given in English any more.’ (Margarita Simonyan, head of Russia's state-owned external broadcaster RT, after President Putin si...