International Law: Norms, Actors, Process
Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, May 15, 2015 - Law - 960 pages
Written by some of the leading International Law scholars in the nation, this casebook employs a unique problem-based approach to examining international issues. Using real life teaching problems, the text explores the processes of international lawmaking with an interdisciplinary approach that goes beyond mere doctrinal explanation. The Fourth Edition includes new court decisions and expanded coverage of international crises. With comprehensive and well-balanced coverage, this casebook provides a captivating context in which students can define and understand contemporary international law.
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U S Treatment of Prisoners at Abu Ghraib
Defenses to War Crimes?
F Treaties and Sovereignty
A The Problem
Foreign Direct Investment
Participants in the International Legal Process
The Yugoslavia Precedents on Secession
E Other Practice on the Legality of Secession
The Haiti Episode
International Law and Domestic
A Jilted Lover Chemical
Guidance from the Supreme Court?
Consular Notification and
Opening and Closing the Courthouse Door to International
International Law in the Domestic Arena
The EU Directive
The Arrest of Slavko
Suing Argentina in U S Courts
Attachment and Execution
The Protection of Human Dignity
International Human Rights
The Supreme Court
The Qana Incident
Individual Accountability for Violations of Human
Guidance from the World Court?
E An Institutional Approach
Promoting Compliance with the Ozone Treaties
E Note on the Precautionary Principle
Combating Climate Change
Antigua Challenges a U S
Fair and Equitable Treatment
Challenges to International
Does International Law Constrain Aggression? The 1991
The UN Ultimatum
The War and Its Aftermath
E Operation Iraqi Freedom and Its Aftermath
Civil War in Syria
Applying the Law on Intervention to Syria
Stopping Repression in Kosovo The Problem
Scholarly Reactions to Kosovo
The Use of Force
Contrasting Approaches to Judicial Review of Security
Should Courts Review Security Council Decisions?
The U S Military Response
Relevant or Rhetorical?
Table of Authorities
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