Principles of international law series

As the issues addressed by international law become ever more complex and critical there is a greater need than ever for clear and rigorous exploration of the key principles and frameworks which underpin its working. This important series presents concise, analytical overviews of specific areas of international law, from international criminal justice and international humanitarian law to the law of treaties and the law of state responsibility.

Written by some of the best names in the field, as well as the new generation of scholars, each book uses a structured approach and an accessible style, yet also provides careful analysis and new insight. Books in the series offer an invaluable source of reference for scholars and postgraduate students, as well as for lawyers and policymakers working in the respective individual fields.

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