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The starting point for determining those sources is Article 38(1) of the Statute of the International Court of Justice, but there may be other sources of international law which are recognised as binding by the international community. In this way a rules-based approach is not necessarily wedded to state consent as the only basis for generating rules of international law. Neither does it exclude the possibility that individuals and other non-state entities may have a role or participate in the international legal system, provided that role or participation is supported by rules generated according to the recognised sources of law.
Wheaton, Elements of International Law 1866 Edition (R. H. ), Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1936); W. E. Hall, A Treatise on International Law (3rd edn, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1890). 1. See also Hall, A Treatise on International Law, 1. Oppenheim, International Law: A Treatise, pp. 12; see also Crawford, The Creation of States, p. 14. Oppenheim, International Law: A Treatise, pp. 13. 40 Ibid. See also Crawford, The Creation of States, p. 15. Oppenheim, International Law: A Treatise, p. 26, para. 20.
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