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Is International Law Really Law?
Historical and Political Factors
Sources of International Law
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1982 Convention accepted agreement aircraft apply arbitration armed attack Article 51 Assembly Book of International breach British Year Book civil claim coastal colonial communist concerned Conference constitute continental shelf countries Court of Justice crimes customary international law customary law decisions diplomatic disputes doctrine economic effect enforcement action English law evidence of customary example exclusive economic zone exercise expropriation extradition force foreign Geneva Convention high seas human rights Ian Brownlie ibid ICJ Reports illegal immunity Immunity Act 1978 independent individuals instance insurgents International Court International Law Commission International Legal Materials international organizations interpretation Journal of International jurisdiction means member-states merchant ships municipal law obligations parties political powers practice principle question ratification recognition recognized regarded resolution rule of customary rules of international seabed Security Council self-determination sovereignty Soviet Union state's territorial sea treaty tribunal United Kingdom United Nations Charter Vienna Convention vote wars warships Western