Complete International Law: Text, Cases and Materials by Ademola Abass

Complete International Law: Text, Cases and Materials

byAdemola Abass

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Complete International Law combines a wide range of case extracts with incisive author commentary to clearly demonstrate legal principles and the significance of case law.This innovative text encourages an active approach to learning with key point summaries, thinking points and self-test questions throughout; which aim to stimulate reflection about the importance of international law in today's world. Online Resource Centre:An Online Resource Centre, containing the following resources for students and lecturers accompanies this book. For students:* Appendices* Guidance on answering discussion questions* Flashcard glossary of key terms* Annotated weblinksFor lecturers:* A testbank of multiple choice questions

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Ademola Abass is Head of Program Regional Peace and Security, UNU-CRIS Belgium and Visiting Professor of International Law at the University of Leuven, Belgium.
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Title:Complete International Law: Text, Cases and MaterialsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:776 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.03 inPublished:September 21, 2014Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:019967907X

ISBN - 13:9780199679072

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Table of Contents

1. International law in the modern context2. Sources of international law3. The law of treaties4. Statehood and recognition in international law5. International organizations6. Territory and the law of the sea7. Jurisdiction8. Immunity9. International law and municipal law10. The use of force11. Collective security12. International humanitarian law13. State responsibility14. The settlement of international disputes15. The International Court of Justice16. International criminal law17. International environmental law18. International economic law19. International human rights law

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"This text is the gateway to mastering international law. Professor Abass provides a thorough, in-depth, and student-friendly introduction to the subject. A compelling read." --Jean Allain, Reader in International Law, Queen's University, Belfast