Textbook on international law

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Oxford University Press, Incorporated, 2005 - Law - 350 pages
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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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Contents

The nature of international law and the international system
1
The sources of international
11
The sources of international law
21
Copyright

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Martin Dixonis a Fellow in Law at Queens' College, Cambridge and a University Lecturer in Law at the University of Cambridge. He has been a legal officer for the United Nations in Vienna and is also co-author ofCases & Materials in International Law.

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