ISBN: 9780198748830 (Paperback) Publicado: 08 June 2019 Páginas: 664
International Law presents a comprehensive yet student-focused approach to the subject, providing a contemporary and stimulating account of international law. With critical coverage delivered through a wide range of learning features, students are encouraged to engage with legal debates and controversies.
Online resources accompany this book, providing additional support for students.
Part I. The Structure of International Law 1. The history and nature of international law 2. The sources of international law 3. Hierarchy of norms in international law 4. International law and municipal law Part II. Subjects of International Law 5. States as subjects of international law 6. International organizations Part III. International Law in Operation 7. The law of treaties 8. Jurisdiction 9. Immunities 10. State responsibility Part IV. International Disputes and Responses to Breaches 11. Diplomatic protection and issues of standing 12. International dispute settlement and the ICJ 13. Enforcement short of force in international law 14. Collective security and the use of force Part V. Specialized Regimes 15. The law of armed conflict 16. International human rights and refugee law 17. International criminal law 18. The law of the sea 19. The protection of the environment 20. International economic law
Gleider Hernandez, Associate Professor in Public International Law, Durham University
Gleider Hernandez is Associate Professor in Public International Law at Durham Law School and founding Deputy Director of the Durham Global Policy Institute. He is also General Editor of Oxford Reports on International Courts of General Jurisdiction (Oxford Scholarship Online), and the author of The International Court of Justice and the Judicial Function (Oxford University Press), which was shortlisted for the 2014 Peter Birks Prize.