Complete International Law: Text, Cases and Materials (2ed)

Complete International Law
Complete International Law: Text, Cases and Materials (2ed)
Abass, A
Oxford University Press

Complete International Law combines a wide range of case extracts with incisive author commentary to clearly demonstrate legal principles and the significance of case law.

This innovative text encourages an active approach to learning with key point summaries, thinking points and self-test questions throughout; which aim to stimulate reflection about the importance of international law in today's world.

  • Author commentary is combined with a wide range of extracts from primary and secondary materials, providing students with easy access to a diverse range of sources, and clearly explaining their significance
  • Learning features including chapter objectives, lists of key points and a range of question material ensure students engage with the subject
  • An Online Resource Centre provides appendices to the book, guidance on answering discussion questions, flashcard glossary of key terms, annotated weblinks and a testbank of multiple choice questions

New to this edition

  • Two new chapters on immunity and international humanitarian law
  • Expanded chapters on the law of treaties and international economic law
  • Complete reworking of the chapter on collective security law
  • Coverage of post-Kyoto regulation in the international environmental law chapter
  • Analysis of the procedural concerns raised by the first case to be decided by the ICC, Thomas Lubanga, and an assessment of its impact on the development of war crimes elements: actus reus and mens rea

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