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Written by Dr. Dominique De Stoop, former Senior Assistant
Secretary of the International and General Legal Branch
of the Australian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
An Outline of International Law offers a clear, comprehensive
explanation of the multifaceted realm of international law.
Dr. De Stoop provides background information on the sources
of international laws, their scope, and their effectiveness. Each
chapter covers a specific area of law, including the following:
- Treaty negotiations
- State sovereignty
- Human rights and refugee rights
- Criminal offences and terrorism
-The law of the sea and international shipping law
-Environmental law and conservation
-International and domestic armed conflicts
-Disarmament and arms control
-Economic and trade law
A valuable resource for law students, civil servants and
members of intergovernmental organizations, An Outline of
International Law is your inclusive guide to the international
agreements, customary international laws and judicial
decisions governing the global community.
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