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International Law for International Relations

Basak Cali

Publication Date - February 2010

ISBN: 9780199558421

464 pages
Paperback

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Retail Price to Students: $109.99

Drawing upon the work of internationally renowned academics and practitioners, this anthology provides comprehensive coverage of the different ways to approach the study of international law.

Description

Due to the increasingly global nature of contemporary politics, it is necessary for students to have a solid grasp of international law. International Law for International Relations provides comprehensive coverage of the different ways to approach the study of international law. Drawing upon the work of internationally renowned academics and practitioners, this cutting-edge anthology identifies key issues within the field.

Marked by its lucid presentation of the complexities of international law, this reader is ideal for students who have not who have not previously studied law. It is also suitable for graduate students who are tackling international law for the first time.

FEATURES

* Explains the role and place of non-state actors in international law

* Maps out the different patterns of interaction between law and politics

* Expands on a wide variety of compliance issues

* Supplemented by a Companion Website (www.oup.com/uk/orc/bin/9780199558421) containing resources for both students--including a flashcard glossary, lists of key points, problem-solving questions, and weblinks--and instructors (PowerPoint-based lecture slides and a password-protected Test Bank)

About the Author(s)

Basak Cali is Lecturer of Human Rights in the Department of Political Science at University College London.

Table of Contents

    Part 1: Studying International Law
    1. International Law and International Relations: Foundations for Interdisciplinary Study, Basak Cali
    2. Perspectives on International Law in International Relations, Fiona Adamson & Chandra Sriram
    3. Basic Principles of International Law: A Historical Perspective, Anthony Anghie
    4. Perspectives on International Relations in International Law, Basak Cali
    Part 2: Identifying International Law
    5. International Treaties, Emmanuel Voyiakis
    6. Customary International Law, Jason Beckett
    7. Non-governmental Organisations and International Law, Meghan Abraham
    8. International Courts and Tribunals, Juan Amaya-Castro
    Part 3: Topics in International Law
    9. States and International Law: The Problems of Self-Determination, Secession, and Recognition, Christopher Borgen
    10. Use of Force in International Law, Nigel Rodley & Basak Cali
    11. International Humanitarian Law, Elizabeth Griffin & Basak Cali
    12. International Criminal Law, Paola Gaeta
    13. International Human Rights Law, Basak Cali
    14. International Law for Environmental Protection, David Ong
    15. World Trade and International Law, Tom Sebastian
    16. Global Social Justice and International Law, Saladin Meckled-Garcia
    17. Conclusion: International Law in International Relations: What Are the Prospects for the Future?, Basak Cali

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