international law, Third World, eurocentric, Professor Anand
Professor Anand over the past two-and-a-half decades has established himself as one of the leading Third World publicists of international law. Less rhetorical than some, but just as vigorous, he has championed the development of a new international law based on cooperation in rejection of the old traditional and "Eurocentric" international law. In International Law and the Developing Countries Professor Anand brings together a collection of his previously published essays and wields them into a book for the purpose of evaluating "the traditional law and the process of change that it is undergoing to become a communal law of mankind".
Jeremy Thomas, "International Law and the Developing Countries" (1988) 11:3 Dal LJ 968.