International Law series
Series editor: Dinah L. Shelton, Manatt/Ahn Professor of Law Emeritus, George Washington University Law School, US and Former Member of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (2010–14)
This major new series successfully brings together the most important papers and scholarly research in the ever-expanding field of International Law. Each volume is edited by a distinguished and authoritative expert and presents a critical synthesis of essential classic work and vital contemporary pieces, prefaced by an original introduction. From the History and Theory of International Law to the critical topics of Criminal Law and Humanitarian Law, as well as areas such as the Law of the Sea, Cultural Heritage Law and Sports Law, this landmark series forms an essential library and indispensable guide to the past and current literature on International Law.