Public International Law: A Guide to Information Sources

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Mansell, Jan 1, 1991 - Reference - 331 pages
Public international law concerns the growing body of international legal principles, norms and rules outside the coverage of private and conflict law. This guide includes primary and secondary sources of information in both general and specialized areas of public international law, as well as national "official" materials where appropriate. The book is divided into two parts, Part I referring to the evidentiary status of public international law materials and Part II embracing their substantive aspects. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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Contents

Introduction
1
A Typology of PIL information sources and resources
9
reference aids
35
Substantive aspects of PIL materials A selected
147
B Intradisciplinary aspects
162
Public international law in general
185
Specialized aspects of PIL
231
Human rights
262
International development
269
a International law of economic development
271
b New International Economic Order
272
International trade law
274
International transport law
277
International law of communication information
278
PIL and sciencetechnology
279
IndexThesaurus
281

International criminal law
264
International law of the environment
267
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