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International Law Norms, Actors, Process: A Problem-Oriented Approach (Rental)

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Edition: 4th ed., 2015
Author(s): Dunoff, Ratner
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Readers who want to explore the processes of international lawmaking through an interdisciplinary approach and problem pedagogy will welcome this International Law Norms, Actors, Process: A Problem-Oriented Approach casebook from an outstanding author team. The authors lead students from fundamental to sophisticated topics, through 14 chapters organized into six parts:
Introduction to International Law and Lawmaking;
Participants in the International Legal Process;
The Interaction of International and Domestic Law;
The Protection of Human Dignity;
Interdependence and Integration: The Challenge of Collective Action Problems;
Challenges to International Law. In addition to its emphasis on lawmaking and decisionmaking in the international arena, this casebook is distinguished by its:
Problem approach, using real-life examples to illustrate key topics such as state formation (the former Yugoslavia), corporations as international legal actors (the apparel industry in developing states), constructing an environmental regime (protecting ozone layer), the tensions between trade and environmental politics (the tuna-dolphin problem), and responding to uses of force (the Gulf War);
Emphasis on the creation of implementation, and interpretation of international norms;
Interdisciplinary materials, incorporating perspectives from economics, political science, and critical and feminist legal studies;
Coverage of cutting-edge topics, including International Criminal Law; Environmental Law and regulation, and trade and investment;
Use of maps, photographs, and other visual material to enliven the text;
Manageable length, well-suited to an upper-level course.

Table of Contents includes:
Tracing the Evolution of International Law Through Two Problems;
Making Law in a Decentralized System;
The Traditional Actors: States and International Organizations;
The Challenge of Non-State Actors;
International Law in the Domestic Arena;
The Reach of Domestic Law in the International Arena: Jurisdiction and Its Limits;
The Claims of Individuals on States: International Human Rights;
Mitigating the Harms of War: International Humanitarian Law;
Individual Accountability for Violations of Human Dignity: International Criminal Law and Beyond;
Responding to the First Global Commons Issue: The Law of the Sea;
Protecting the International Environment;
Managing the World Economy;
The Use of Force;
Conceptual Challenges to International Law: Legitimacy, Relevance, and Justice.

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Author Dunoff, Ratner
ISBN 9781454849513
Edition 4th ed., 2015
Publisher Aspen Publishing