The second edition of International Law reflects the breadth and diversity of contemporary public international law. It offers a unique selection of original presentations and commentaries from key figures actively involved in the current practice and teaching of the discipline. These authoritiative and stimulating perspectives on the subject provide up-to-date analysis of key issues and themes.
Revised and updated, this second edition takes into account developments in international law since the publication of the first edtion in 2003. It has proven to be an invaluable resource for undergraduates and post graduates following courses in a variety of subject areas including international law, politics, or international relations as part of their degree programme, while also providing a key source of reference for practitioners and academics alike.
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REFLECTIONS FROM THE INTERNATIONAL COURT
THE PERSPECTIVE OF INTERNATIONAL LAW FROM THE BAR
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