International Law presents a comprehensive approach to the subject, providing a contemporary account of international law. The text offers critical and stimulating coverage of the central issues in public international law, introducing the key areas of debate. It encourages readers to engage with areas of legal debate and controversy and consider how they affect the world today. Topics covered include: the structure of international law; the subjects within the field of international law; international law in operation; international disputes and responses to breaches in international law; and specialized regimes, which includes the law of armed conflict, refugee law, international criminal law, the law of the sea, the environment and protection, and international economic law.
Keywords:public international law, international disputes, breaches, specialized regimes, armed conflict, refugee law, international criminal law, law of the sea, environment, economic law
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- Front Matter
- Part I The structure of international law
- Part II Subjects of international law
- Part III International law in operation
- Part IV International disputes and responses to breaches
- Part V Specialized regimes
- End Matter