Public International Law in a Nutshell
Provides an overview of contemporary international law and signposts for additional research. Includes chapters on the law of the sea, international environmental law, the use of force and arms control. Text explores the application and relevance of international law, as well as its sources. Discusses international organizations, dispute settlement, International Law of Treaties, and the rights of individuals. In addition, the text addresses jurisdiction, U.S. foreign relations law, and immunities. Also features international legal research sources and methods.
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Application and Relevance
Relevance and Function of International
Sources of International
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