The British Year Book of International Law: Volume 69: 1998

Hardcover | January 6, 2000

EditorIan Brownlie, James Crawford

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Now in its 69th year, the British Year Book of International Law has become an essential work of reference for academics and practising lawyers. Through a mixture of articles and in-depth surveys of areas of international law it continues to provide up to date information on importantdevelopments in modern international law.

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Now in its 69th year, the British Year Book of International Law has become an essential work of reference for academics and practising lawyers. Through a mixture of articles and in-depth surveys of areas of international law it continues to provide up to date information on importantdevelopments in modern international law.

Professor Ian Brownlie is Chichele Professor of International Law and Fellow of All Souls College at the University of Oxford. Professor James Crawford is Whewell Professor of International Law and Fellow of Jesus College at the University of Cambridge.

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Format:HardcoverPublished:January 6, 2000Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198269005

ISBN - 13:9780198269007

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Part 1Articles:Hugh Thirlway: The Law and Procedure of the International Court of Justice 1960-1989 (Part Nine)James Crawford: State Practice and International Law in Relation to SuccessionXimena Fuentes: Sustainable Development and the Equitable Utilization of International WatercoursesMarcus Cox: The Dayton Agreement in Bosnia and Herzegovina: A study of Implementation and StrategyNotes:Geoffery Marston: The British Acquisition of the Nicobar Islands, 1869: A Possible Example of Abandonment of Territorial SovereigntyReview of BooksPart IIDecisions of British Courts During 1998 Involving Questions of Public or Private International LawMichael Byers: A. Public International LawAdrian Briggs: B. Private International LawLorna Woods: Decisions on the European Convention of Human Rights During 1998Sara Masters: Decisions of the Court of Justice of the European Communites During 1998Geoffrey Marston: United Kingdom Materials International Law 1998