Cases and Materials on International Law

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Martin Dixon, Robert McCorquodale
Blackstone, 1995 - Droit international - Jurisprudence - 649 pages
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This is a fully revised edition that includes recent materials on: international economic law, such as the responses to the "anti-globalization" protests; the regulation of the use of force, including actions in Afghanistan; the territorial administrations by the UN, as in East Timor; theincreasing developments in international human rights law, such as the coming into force of the International Criminal Court and national human rights legislation; the clear obligations on States under international environmental law; and the role of non-state actors in the internationalcommunity.

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Contents

The Nature of International Law
1
Termination of treaties i Grounds for termination ii Other aspects
7
Introductory note 1 The relevance of international law 2 The interna
20
Introductory note 1 General theories 2 Statute of the International
53
termination
63
International Law and National Law
106
Personality and Recognition
146
Introductory note 1 Personality i Statehood ii Other territorial
181
Introductory note 1 General principles of jurisdiction 2 Grounds for
342
Law of the Sea
406
Introductory note 1 Law of the Sea Convention 1982 2 The territorial
461
Introductory note 1 The nature of state responsibility 2 Attribution
481
secessionists 3 Enforcement i Ability to bring a claim it Exhaustion
497
International Environmental Law
521
The Use of Force Collective Security and Peacekeeping
559
Introductory note 1 The unilateral use of force i The general prohibition
574

Sovereignty over Territory
279
Introductory note 1 Sovereignty and territory i The concept of sovereignty
301
Jurisdictional Sovereignty
318
Peaceful Settlement of International Disputes
598
Index
637
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