International Law : Classic and Contemporary Readings
Presenting both classic and contemporary essays and covering subjects ranging from treaties and dispute settlement to the environment, human rights, and war crimes, this anthology reveals the influence of international law on political behaviour. Updated features include chapters on terrorism, humanitarian intervention, and the International Criminal Court, on new actors and forums in the international arena, and on the importance of domestic political factors in international law and compliance.
- Paperback | 560 pages
- 152.4 x 221 x 30.5mm | 793.8g
- 23 Jul 2003
- Lynne Rienner Publishers Inc
- Boulder, CO, United States
- New edition
- 2nd New edition
Table of contents
Part I International Law As Operating System: Sources Of International Law - A Methodology For Determining An International Legal Rule, A.C. Arend; Hard And Soft Law In International Governance, K.W. Abbott And D. Snidal; Traditional And Modern Approaches To Customary International Law - A Reconciliation, A.E. Roberts; The New Treaty Makers, J.E. Alvarez; Participants In The International Legal Process - State Succession - The Once And Future Law, O. Schachter; Self-Determination, Minorities, Human Rights - A Review Of International Instruments, P. Thornberry; Participants In International Legal Relations, D.E. Arzt And I.I. Lukashuk; Implementation And Compliance With International Law - Compliance With International Agreements, B.A. Simmons. (Part Contents).