A Theory of Imperial Law: A Study on U.S. Hegemony and the Latin Resistance

Ugo Mattei 1 , 1
  • 1 Hastings College of the Law; Univ. of Turin, Italy, matteiu@uchastings.edu

This essay attempts to develop a theory of imperial law that is able to explain post-Cold War changes in the general process of Americanization in legal thinking.

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