||"The Westphalian concept of sovereignty, long considered a pillar of the international legal system, has been much criticized of late and even consigned to the dustbin of history by some. Although certain elements of the traditional concept remain important in current global circumstances, a new approach, whose central feature is power allocation analysis, would help policymakers weigh and balance various factors in reaching decisions on issues not resolved by the traditional concept of sovereignty." (Table of Contents abstract)
The article, by John H. Jackson, is in pdf format.
Citation: 97 Am. J. Int'l L. 782-802 (2003).