The International Legal System: Cases and Materials
Foundation Press, 2001 - Law - 1505 pages
In this comprehensive examination of international law, you'll find in-depth, substantive discussion supported by expert analysis and commentary, case citations, statutes, and court rules. You'll also reap the benefits of the authors' experience and insights. Representative topics include human rights, law of the sea, airspace and outer space, and sovereign immunity.
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