Journals Higher Education

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10 May 2011

416 Pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

ISBN: 9780199768967


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The Power and Purpose of International Law

Mary Ellen O'Connell

  • Discusses numerous significant world issues including torture, terrorism, war, climate change, human rights atrocities, nuclear proliferation and other major challenges in the light of international law.
  • Explains what international law is, why it is accepted as law, and how it is enforced.
  • Examines both the history of ideas about international law's binding power and purpose and the actual operation of international law in enforcing its obligations.
  • By analyzing the history of ideas about international law and its actual operation, O'Connell has provided an important and timely work for citizens, students, and scholars.
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