Vaughan Lowe's International Law provides students with a concise and analytical overview of what the 'law' means in an international context and an introduction to the main institutions and mechanisms of international law. Written in an attractive, clear and comprehensive style, the text provides an overview of the subjects for students of International law, as well as introducing the terms and material used by international lawyers.
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How International Law is Made
The Principles of the International Legal System
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