Principles of Public International Law
This is the fourth edition of what has become the leading textbook on Public International Law. Although greatly revised, the book retains all its original strengths--clear exposition, rigorous analysis, detailed referencing, and comprehensive coverage. Large parts of the content have been completely rewritten to take into account major developments since 1979. Once again, emphasis is placed firmly upon the modern practice of states and international organizations.
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SOME INCIDENTS OF ILLEGALITY AND THE CONCEPT OF JUS COGENS 509
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