International law is a set of rules intended to bind states in their relationships with each other it is largely designed to apply to states both to constrain the laws of war and to empower them law of sovereignty increasingly international law has been codified so that today most international obligations are contained in treaty form although historically customary international law . Oxford university press is a department of the university of oxford it furthers the universitys objective of excellence in research scholarship and education by publishing worldwide. The books in this series ask where women are and where gender is in the events oxford studies in gender and international relations type academic research 28 scholars to take account of gender across the subject matters in global politics and policy makers to make better policy by noticing the gender differential impacts of . Research on womens participation in drm systems 63 research on post disaster shelter 63 international law but the term discrimination against women means any distinction global study effective law and policy on gender equality and protection 7 from sexual and gender based violence in disasters note the primary obligation . In terms of feminist international relations gender theory engages directly with the notion of mainstreaming gender in both institutional politics and discursive politics 23 liberal feminism deals specifically with policy making and requires that women as well as perspectives on both womens and mens lived realities are fairly included
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