Textbook on International Law
"Textbook on International Law offers students concise coverage of all the core topics studied on international law courses, providing students new to the subject with a complete and accurate introduction within a manageable length."--BOOK JACKET.
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THE SOURCES OF INTERNATIONAL LAW
THE LAW OF TREATIES
INTERNATIONAL LAW AND NATIONAL
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1982 Convention accepted action agreement alleged apply Arbitration armed attack Assembly authorised binding breach Charter claim clear coastal collective security concerned conﬁrmed conﬂict continental shelf contract Covenant customary international law customary law Declaration deﬁned deﬁnition delimitation diplomatic dispute Draft Articles economic effect eﬁect enforcement European example exercise existence expropriation fact ﬁrst foreign nationals Grenada human rights ICJ Rep immunity individual international law international organisation Iran Iraq judicial jurisdiction jus cogens justiﬁed Kuwait Kuwait Airways legal obligations Libya maritime matter means national courts national law Nauru Nicaragua Nicaragua v USA parties PCIJ peace and security peacekeeping political practice principle procedure prohibition protection provides purpose recognised reﬂect regime resolution respect responsibility RIAA rules of international Security Council settlement signiﬁcant Somalia sovereign sovereignty speciﬁc state’s statehood Statute territorial sea tional treaty tribunal UK court United Kingdom United Nations unlawful Vienna Convention violation