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Third, it underlines the indeterminacy of all international legal processes, but also their susceptibility to strategic deployment in ways that can contribute to the welfare of the subaltern classes. Finally, it challenges tendencies to universalise the perspective of those from powerful countries, and encourages the creation of a more inclusive scholarly community. Overall, as is made clear in the essay’s conclusion, Chimni seeks to present international law in a manner that will inspire critical alertness to its limitations, but also imaginative engagement with its unrealised possibilities.
Derrida, Specters of Marx (New York and London: Routledge, 1994), pp. 85–6. 28 international law on the left exploit Marxism as critique, dissent . . 89 While some would dispute that assessment of Derrida’s perspective, Eagleton makes an important general point here, with implications for this book. ‘Re-examining Marxist legacies’ in connection with the study of ‘international law on the left’ is all very well, but we need to be careful not to treat Marxism as though it were a synonym for generic left thought.
Much TWAIL scholarship has been concerned with highlighting the ways in which colonialism can be shown to be a legal construct, and international law a colonial construct, and with bringing out the ‘afterlives’ 26 international law on the left of this interrelation. 81 It is on this work that Okafor primarily focuses, using it to explore the intersection of Marxism and ‘Third Worldism’ in international law. In Okafor’s account, Baxi’s Marxian influences are evident in three main features of his scholarship.