International Law: Cases and Materials
Lori Fisler Damrosch
West Group, Jan 1, 2001 - Law - 1678 pages
Updated with an emphasis on current issues, this classic casebook emphasizes developments in international law, with expertly edited cases and problems for class discussion. Cases and Materials on International Law offers a treatment of the subject for introductory and advanced classes and detailed readings and reference materials for those who wish to pursue topics in depth. The fourth edition enriches every chapter with new information on institutions contributing to the sources and enforcement of international law, including the World Trade Organization, the International Criminal Tribunals for Yugoslavia and Rwanda, the prospective International Criminal Court, and organizations in the fields of law of the sea and arms control. International criminal law now has a chapter of its own, and the casebook gives expanded treatment to human rights, environmental law, and economic law.
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The Nature of International Law
Derogations From Commonage In Favor of Coastal StatesCon
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