International Law

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Sweet & Maxwell, 2009 - International law - 386 pages
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"Now in its sixth edition, International Law provides a user-friendly and accessible exposition of the key concepts of international law. Describes the substantive procedural principles - critical to an understanding of the International legal process; Incorporates discussion and analysis of both UK and US material including examples of US cases and sources; Provides detailed discussion of human rights issues; Provides in-depth coverage of issues relating to the use of force and the global war on terror; Includes guidance on how to research International law, including conducting research on the internet; Key text for both law students and non-law students following courses in subject areas such as International Politics, International Relations and Human Rights."--Publisher's website.

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