Textbook on international law
Textbook on International Law provides a concise and accessible exposition of the key areas of international law for the student. All the components of a course are considered and analyzed, with particular emphasis placed on the practice of states. Additionally, the book provides a thorough grasp of both the theory and practice of international law. This fifth edition has been updated to include new material on the use of force, the International Criminal Court, and terrorism.
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The nature of international law and the international system
The sources of international
The sources of international law
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1982 Convention accepted action Advisory Opinion agreement alleged apply Arbitration authorised breach Charter claim clear coastal concerned Continental Shelf crimes customary international law customary law decision Declaration diplomatic dispute doctrine Draft Articles East Timor effect enforcement example exercise existence expropriation fact force foreign human rights ICJ Rep immunity individuals International Court International Criminal Court international obligations international organisations international responsibility interpretation Iraq Island issue judicial jurisdiction jus cogens Kuwait Kuwait Airways legal system Libya matter means multilateral treaty Namibia national courts national law Nauru Nicaragua Nicaragua v USA object opinio juris parties PCIJ peace political practice principle protection purpose question recognised regarded regime relations reservation respect RIAA rules of international rules of jus Security Council self-defence self-determination settlement sovereign sovereignty state's statehood Statute territorial sea theory tion tribunal UK court UK law United Kingdom United Nations unlawful Vienna Convention violation