Principles of public international law
This is the fourth edition of what has become the leading textbook on Public International Law. Although greatly revised, the book retains all its original strengths--clear exposition, rigorous analysis, detailed referencing, and comprehensive coverage. Large parts of the content have been completely rewritten to take into account major developments since 1979. Once again, emphasis is placed firmly upon the modern practice of states and international organizations.
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THE RELATION OF MUNICIPAL
INCIDENCE AND CONTINUITY OF STATEHOOD
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121 Hague Recueil acts agreement apply arbitration Article Barcelona Traction basis Brownlie Charter claim coastal concerned Conference continental shelf Conv Convention of 1982 decision diplomatic dispute diss doctrine droit international effect exclusive economic zone exercise existence Fisheries Fitzmaurice foreign Government Guggenheim Gulf of Maine Hackworth Hague Recueil Hague Recueil 1967 high seas Human Rights ibid ICJ Reports ICJ Reports 1951 ICLQ immunity infra International Court International Law International Law Commission involved issue Judge jurisdiction jus cogens Lauterpacht Law of Treaties legal personality McNair municipal law Namibia national law O'Connell obligations opinion Oppenheim organs paras particular parties PCIJ political practice principle protection provides question recognition reference regime relation respect RGDIP RIAA Rousseau rules Sea Convention ships South West Africa sovereign sovereignty status Suppl supra terra nullius territorial sea tion tribunal United Kingdom United Nations Verzijl Waldock Whiteman Yrbk