Proven in the classroom, clearly organized, and with a distinctively accessible style, International Law offers - a comprehensive and effective blend of current issues and materials with basic international law principles and concepts - a balanced combination of relevant cases, excerpts, notes, questions, and other interdisciplinary materials ...
Proven in the classroom, clearly organized, and with a distinctively accessible style, International Law offers - a comprehensive and effective blend of current issues and materials with basic international law principles and concepts - a balanced combination of relevant cases, excerpts, notes, questions, and other interdisciplinary materials representing a variety of perspectives and disciplines - an analysis of the relationship between international and domestic law and public and private law - treatment of such substantive topics as International Dispute Resolution, Criminal Law, Human Rights, Environmental Law, and the Use of Force - a complete teaching package, including a Teacher's Manual and a biannual Document Supplement Reflecting the many recent developments in this area of the law, the Fifth Edition features: - a new co-author, Allen S. Weiner, who brings extensive first-hand knowledge of international legal institutions - a new chapter on International Criminal Law that includes current materials on extradition and rendition, the international crimes of genocide, crimes against humanity, grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions, and torture, and the emergence of international tribunals, including the International Criminal Court - new cases, including Hamdan v. Rumsfeld, Sanchez-Llamas v. Oregon, Sosa v. Alvarez-Machain, American Insurance Assoc. v. Garamendi, Republic of Austria v. Altmann, Case Concerning Israel's Construction of a Wall in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (International Court of Justice), and Prosecutor v. Krstic (International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia) - an updated case study in Chapter 1 on theinternational law and policy implications of the September 11 attacks and the U.S. and world response to the attacks and to terrorism in general, with other materials on the war on terrorism throughout the book - expanded treatment of active areas of litigation, including the Alien Tort Statute and suits against foreign government officials and state agencies - an extensive updating of the European Union sections, including the implications of the addition of twelve new member states and the failure to pass the new Constitution - major revisions to the environmental law chapter that reflect the rapid developments in this area -- e.g., the Kyoto Protocol and efforts to combat global warming
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