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In fact, it is hard to find any legal system which does fit his theory. In federal states like the United States, legislative power is divided by the constitution between the federation and the member states, neither of which has supreme legislative power. Even in England, where the Queen in Parliament has supreme legislative power, legislation is not the only source of law, nor the oldest source of law. It was easy to argue, as a corollary to this theory, that the sovereign, possessing supreme power, was not himself bound by the laws which he made.
65 Especially the frequent interventions in the Ottoman Empire to protect Christians must be seen in the light of the divergent interests of European powers at stake in the Middle East and the political order of European Turkey. Humanitarian intervention was a welcome pretext in their rivalry to establish influence in the declining Empire of the ‘old man at the Bosporus’. 66 The peaceful settlement of disputes At least as a normative concept, the idea of the peaceful settlement of disputes67 through negotiations, conciliation, mediation or arbitration evolved since the Peace of Westphalia, although the origins are much older.
2 The prevailing view in the study of international law is that it emerged in Europe in the period after the Peace of Westphalia (1648), which concluded the Thirty Years War. Again we find different opinions in the literature on the proper classification of the subsequent development. 5 But it also has separate entries for regional developments in Africa, the Far East, the Islamic world, Latin America, and South and South-East Asia,6 to avoid the impression of a Eurocentric approach and to clarify that the development of international rules and principles was not a European matter only.