Q & A Revision Guide International Law 2013 and 2014

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OUP Oxford, Jan 31, 2013 - Law - 241 pages
If you're feeling overwhelmed by a sea of revision, let OUP's Questions and Answers series keep you afloat! Written by experienced examiners, the Q&As offer expert advice on what to expect from your exam, how best to prepare, and guidance on what examiners are really looking for. Revision isn't always plain sailing, but the Q&As will allow you to approach your exams with confidence. Q&As will help you succeed by: - identifying typical law exam questions - giving you model answers for up to 50 essay and problem-based questions - demonstrating how to structure a good answer - helping you to avoid common mistakes - advising you on how to make your answer stand out from the crowd - teaching you how to use your existing knowledge to convey exactly what the examiner is looking for - directing you to related further reading
 

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Contents

1 Introduction
1
2 The nature of public international law
3
3 The sources of public international law
19
4 The law of treaties
35
5 International law and municipal law
51
6 Legal personality and the creation of states
65
7 Territory
81
8 Law of the sea
97
10 State and diplomatic immunity
129
11 State responsibility
144
12 Arbitration and judicial settlement of disputes
158
13 Use of force by statesunilateral
172
14 Use of force by statesmultilateral
187
15 International human rights law
202
16 International humanitarian law and international criminal law
217
Index
233

9 Jurisdiction
113

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Susan Breau is Professor of International Law at Flinders University, Adelaide.

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