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Key Documents in International Law

Edited by Peter Malanczuk

Routledge – 2010 – 512 pages

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  • Paperback: $49.95
    978-0-415-24688-0
    January 31st 2015
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    978-0-415-24687-3
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Description

This book brings over seventy-five documents in international law together in one volume, providing unique and easy access to key treaties, protocols, conventions, and statutes. It includes a wide range of documents from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights to the Moon Treaty and the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development.

Features include:

  • coverage of all the main areas: diplomatic relations and immunities; state succession; law of the sea; air space and outer space; human rights; economy; environment; state responsibility; dispute settlement; laws of war and criminal responsibility; and peace and security
  • short introductions to each section outlining key points
  • extensive cross referencing with Akehurst's Modern Introduction to International Law 8th edition allowing students to use both books in conjunction. This volume mirrors the structure of the 8th edition allowing quick and easy access to primary material
  • access to an on-line resource centre, including further useful information, links and sample material for students and lecturers alike.

Name: Key Documents in International Law (Paperback)Routledge 
Description: Edited by Peter Malanczuk. This book brings over seventy-five documents in international law together in one volume, providing unique and easy access to key treaties, protocols, conventions, and statutes. It includes a wide range of documents from the Universal Declaration of...
Categories: Politics & International Relations