International law

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Aspen Law & Business, 1999 - Law - 1304 pages
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When you want sweeping coverage of current foreign policy issues as well as solid treatment of the basic concepts and doctrines of contemporary public international law, this accessible casebook is your best source. Carefully revised for its Third Edition, INTERNATIONAL LAW now features a broader viewpoint within a more concise presentation. This cohesive casebook teaches the current state of the law as well as its prevailing principles. Be sure to examine this modern and effective book before your next course. Carter and Trimble build on their book's recognized strengths: a balanced combination of cases, excerpts, notes, questions, and other materials a distinctively accessible style, with clear organization, relevant cases and problems an effective blend of current issues and materials alongside traditional theories and concepts an examination of hte often stressful relationship between international and domestic law, and public and private law a thorough teaching package, complete with a Teacher's Manual and documents supplement INTERNATIONAL LAW, Third Edition, offers a wealth of new material including in-depth discussions on: non-American perspectives international human rights - individual responsibility, war crimes, and individual culpability international environmental agreements - the Kyoto Protocol on global warming the growth of international dispute resolution revised examples, topics, and cases that reflect recent developments

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About the author (1999)

Carter is professor of law at Georgetown University.

Trimble is professor of law at the University of California.

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