International Law by Malcolm Evans

International Law

EditorMalcolm Evans

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Evans' International Law provides wide-ranging analysis of all the key issues and themes in public international law and brings together an outstanding collection of interesting and diverse writings from the leading scholars in the field.The fourth edition succeeds both in explaining the principles of international law and exposing the debates and challenges that underlie it. Now fully revised and updated, it continues to provide an authoritative and stimulating overview of this increasingly important subject; revealinginternational law in its full diversity.International Law is also accompanied by an Online Resource Centre, featuring the personal views and recollections of eminent international law practitioners.

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Malcolm Evans is Professor of Public International Law at the University of Bristol, UK.
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Title:International LawFormat:PaperbackDimensions:944 pages, 9.69 × 6.73 × 0.07 inPublished:April 23, 2014Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199654670

ISBN - 13:9780199654673

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Table of Contents

Part I. The History and Theory of International Law1. Stephen C Neff: A short history of international law2. Martti Koskenniemi: What is international law for?3. Iain Scobbie: A view of Delft: Some thoughts about thinking about international lawPart II. The structure of international legal obligation4. Hugh Thirlway: The sources of international law5. Alan Boyle: Soft law in international law-making6. Dinah Shelton: International law and 'relative normality'7. Malgosia Fitzmaurice: The practical working of the law of treatiesPart III. The subjects of the international legal order8. Matthew Craven: Statehood self-determination, and recognition9. Dapo Akande: International organizations10. Robert McCorquodale: The individual and the international legal systemPart IV. The scope of sovereignty11. Christopher Staker: Jurisdiction12. Hazel Fox: International law and restraints on the exercise of jurisdiction by national courts of states13. Chanaka Wickremasinghe: Immunities enjoyed by officials of states and international organizations14. Eileen Denza: The relationship between international and national lawPart V. Responsibility15. James Crawford and Simon Olleson: The nature and forms of international responsibility16. Phoebe Okowa: Issues of admissibility and the law on international responsibility17. Spencer Zifcak: Responsibility to protectPart VI. Responding to breaches of international obligations18. Nigel White and Ademola Abass: Countermeasures and sanctions19. John Merrills: The means of dispute settlement20. Hugh Thirlway: The international court of justice21. Christine Gray: The use of force and the international legal orderPart VII. The application of international law22. Malcolm Evans: The law of the sea23. Catherine Redgwell: International environmental law24. Surya Subedi: International investment law25. Robert Cryer: International criminal law26. Nigel Rodley: International protection of Human Rights27. David Turns: The law of war (international humanitarian law)

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"An impressive collection of essays on the most important aspects of international law." --Dr Helmut Philipp Aust, Senior Research Fellow, Humboldt University, Berlin