Cases and Materials on International Law

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Blackstone Press, 2000 - International law - 653 pages
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Each day the media reports the rapid changes occurring around the world which have a significance for international law. The struggle for self-determination in the USSR and elsewhere, the attempts to control terrorism, the role of the United Nations, the cries for human rights, and the urgent need to protect the environment are all matters addressed by international law.
However, too often the treaties, the resolutions, the statements, the cases and the other materials concerning these matters are not readily available to students of international law. Many are in United Nations documents, in national journals or in foreign government publications. As there is an increasing interdependence of the international community, it is important for this material to be easily accessible. This book is a complete collection of cases and materials and contains the material students generally need, covering both the well-established and the developing international law.

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Termination of treaties i Grounds for termination ii Other aspects
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Introductory note 1 The relevance of international law 2 The interna
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Introductory note 1 General theories 2 Statute of the International
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Robert McCorquodale is Professor of International Law and Human Rigts at the University of Nottingham. He has written extensively on international law and has provided advice and training on international legal issues for governments, groups and organisations worldwide. Martin Dixon is a Lecturer in Law at Cambridge University and a Fellow of Queens' College, Cambridge. He is the author of Textbook on International Law and has recently completed a period of secondment in the legal office of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency in Vienna.

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