Complete International Law

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OUP Oxford, Dec 15, 2011 - Law - 776 pages
Providing the law student with an essential resource, Complete International Law combines clear explanatory text and practical learning features with extracts from a wide range of primary and secondary materials. - Clearly explained case extracts demonstrate legal principles and the significance of case law. - This innovative text engages you in an active approach to learning that aims to stimulate reflection about the importance of international law in today's world. - Each chapter begins by highlighting learning objectives and uses numerous features throughout, including key point summaries, thinking points and a glossary of key terms. Online Resource Centre An Online Resource Centre, containing the following resources for students and lecturers accompanies this book. For students: - Regular updates - A flashcard glossary of key terms - Annotated web links For lecturers: - A test bank of multiple choice questions

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About the author (2011)

Ademola Abass is Professor of International Law and Organisations at Brunel University, and a Research Fellow at United Nations University-Comparative Regional Integration Studies, (UNU-CRIS), Brugge, Belgium

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