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The Making of International Law (Foundations of Public International Law)

by Alan Boyle

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English


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Number of Pages288
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Open LibraryOL7403721M
ISBN 100199248192
ISBN 109780199248193

In The Aesthetics of International Law, Ed Morgan engages in a literary parsing of international legal texts. In order to demonstrate how these types of legal narratives are imbued with modernist aesthetics, Morgan juxtaposes international legal documents and modern (as well as some immediately pre- and post-modern) literary texts. This pioneering Research Handbook with contributions from renowned experts, provides an overview of the general doctrines making up the law of international approach of this book is taken from a novel perspective: that of the tension between functionalism and constitutionalism.

This is a study of the principal negotiating processes and law-making tools by which contemporary international law is developed. It looks at the UN, other international organisations, diplomatic conferences, codification bodies, NGOs, and courts in identifying the processes, participants, and instruments employed in the making of international. normally entered into by two or more states under general international law." H. KEL-SEN, PRINCIPLES OF INTERNATIONAL LAW (2d rev. ed. R. Tucker ): see J. STARKE, AN INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL LAW (8th ed. ). A treaty may be defined, in accordance with the definition adopted in Article 2.

The Making of Modern Law: Foreign, Comparative, and International Law, This collection brings together foreign, comparative, and international titles, including the works of some of the great legal theorists, foreign legal treatises from a variety of countries, and books that compare legal systems, including ancient, Roman, Jewish. The book is also significant for the fact that, in reviewing the range of modern international law instruments, the authors inadvertently provide an insight into the modern sources of international law, particularly as regards the significance of the interplay between different types of law-making .


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Only in this broader context can the significance of so-called 'soft law' and multilateral treaties be fully by: International law does not have a specific document specifying how it is made; there is no treaty on the correct ways and processes for making international law. Instead, the Statute of the ICJ contains a listing of instruments that the Court may apply in deciding cases, and it is this listing that is often used as a starting point for a Author: Jan Klabbers.

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Studying the principal negotiating processes and law-making tools by which international law is developed, this book looks at the UN, diplomatic conferences, codification bodies, NGOs, and courts in identifying the processes, participants and instruments used in the making of international law.

This book covers the following topics: United Nations and Statute of the International Court of Justice, Law of treaties, Subjects of international law, Diplomatic and consular relations, International responsibility, Peaceful settlement of international disputes, International peace and security, International human rights law, Movement of.

The Law Library of Congress contains the world’s largest collection of law books and legal resources, with strong foreign law and comprehensive United States law collections.principle on a wide basis such that it may be considered part of international law. Legal scholarship, on the other hand, is not really authoritative in itself, but may describe rules of law that are widely followed around the world.

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It argues that colonial confrontation was central to the formation of international law and, in particular, its founding concept, sovereignty. Traditional histories of the discipline present.