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International Law

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Edition: 6th ed., 2011
Author(s): Carter, Trimble, Weiner


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If you want a solid and fascinating casebook for a survey course in international law, this thorough revision will meet your needs.International Law, covers the core topics, basic doctrines, and a broad range of foreign policy issues relevant to contemporary courses.

Present current issues and materials alongside traditional theories and concepts;
Offer a balanced combination of cases excerpts, notes, questions, and other disciplinary materials representing a variety of perspectives;
Build from the foundations of international law - such as its sources, the role of state and other entities, and jurisdictions, to the more -sophisticated topics, such as state and individual responsibility in such areas as human rights and the use of force;
Keep their presentation accessible, with a clear organization and relevant cases and problems;
Analyze the relationships between international and domestic law, andbetween public and private law;
A new case study in Chapter 1 on the international law and policy implications of the September 11 attacks and the U.S. and world response to the attacks and to terrorism generally, including the situation with Iraq, incorporating materials on the implications of September 11 throughout the book, including new doctrines regarding the use of force.
New cases, including Crosby v. National foreign Trade Council; Breard v. Greene; Kadic v. Karadzic; Yahoo! Inc. v. La Ligue Contr Le Racisme et L'Antisemitisme; Made in the USA Foundation v. United States; In re LeGrand; and Republic of Congo v. Belgium;
Significant updates to the European Union sections, including the 2000 Nice Treaty and the new Charter of Fundamental Human Rights.


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Format Hardcover
Author Carter, Trimble, Weiner
ISBN 9780735598102
Edition 6th ed., 2011
Publisher Aspen Publishing