International law: process and prospect

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Transnational Publishers, 1995 - Law - 373 pages
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With an eye toward the 21st century, Anthony D'Amato provides a provocative tool for students and practitioners of international law. He draws on his vast experience to produce a highly lucid examination of the issues arising out of the process of intranational law formation and justification as applied to, and shaped by, some of the critical international issues of our day, including: Does international law exist, and is it real? How can the law of individual human rights be accommodated in an international legal system that is apparently addressed to nations and not to individuals? Published under the Transnational Publishers imprint.

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Chapter Two Force or Enforcement?
Chapter Three Territorial Integrity and Political
Chapter Four Use of Force Against Nuclear Installations

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Anthony D'Amato is Leighton Professor Law at Northwestern University School of Law.

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