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Debate: Universal law

Updated Tuesday, 10th November 2009

Forum member Xie_Ming posed a question about how different societies might share a legal basis

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Is it feasible for a system of sovereign nations to develop a law which is equally applicable to and within all nations?

Take the specific example of genocide.

 

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