Why interlacements?

The blog header shows a colorful B’laan weave from Southern Philippines. It is a picture of how various strands of colorful threads are woven together on a native loom  to form one beautiful piece of artwork.  For me as a  Filipino academic, this illustrates the promise of international law where states and peoples and various non-state actors, from individuals to NGOs to churches, come to work together in various interlacements  for an international society founded on the norm of public justice.

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