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The Resource International Law :

International Law :

Label
International Law :
Title
International Law :
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
MiAaPQ
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Lowe, Vaughan
Dewey number
341.09
LC call number
KZ1242 -- .L69 2007eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
Clarendon Law Series
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International law -- History
Label
International Law :
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Contents -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Preface -- Abbreviations -- Table of Cases -- Table of International Conventions and Treaties -- 1 Introduction and Overview: The Ambit of International Law -- 1.1 AIM OF THE BOOK -- 1.2 THE SCOPE AND NATURE OF INTERNATIONAL LAW -- 1.3 THE CHANGING SCOPE OF INTERNATIONAL LAW -- 1.4 THE EMERGENCE OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS -- 1.5 THE EMERGENCE OF NEW INTERNATIONAL ACTORS -- 1.6 WHY DO PEOPLE COMPLY WITH INTERNATIONAL LAW? -- 1.7 WHY SHOULD PEOPLE COMPLY WITH INTERNATIONAL LAW? -- 1.8 HOW INTERNATIONAL LAW IS INVOKED AND APPLIED -- 1.9 THE DOMESTIC ANALOGY -- 2 How International Law is Made -- 2.1 CUSTOMARY INTERNATIONAL LAW -- 2.1.1 THE COMPONENT ELEMENTS OF CUSTOMARY INTERNATIONAL LAW -- OPINIO JURIS : ACCEPTANCE OF A PRACTICE AS LAW -- 2.1.3 THE TIME ELEMENT -- 2.1.4 WHAT COUNTS AS STATE PRACTICE -- 2.1.5 COLLECTIONS OF STATE PRACTICE -- 2.1.6 HOW RULES ARE DISCERNED -- 2.1.7 SOME ASPECTS OF OPINIO JURIS -- 2.1.8 LOCAL AND REGIONAL CUSTOM -- 2.1.9 PERSISTENT OBJECTION -- 2.1.10 JUS COGENS -- 2.1.11 INSTITUTIONS -- 2.1.12 HOW CUSTOMARY LAW CHANGES -- 2.2 TREATIES -- 2.2.1 MAKING TREATIES -- 2.2.2 RESERVATIONS TO TREATIES -- 2.2.3 TREATY INTERPRETATION -- 2.2.4 INVALID TREATIES -- 2.2.5 RELEASE FROM TREATY OBLIGATIONS -- 2.2.6 AMENDING TREATIES -- 2.2.7 TREATIES AND CUSTOMARY INTERNATIONAL LAW -- 2.2.8 TREATY COLLECTIONS -- 2.3 OTHER SOURCES OF LAW -- 2.3.1 GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF LAW -- 2.3.2 UNILATERAL ACTS OF STATES -- 2.3.3 THE ROLE OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS IN LAW-MAKING -- 2.3.4 INTERNATIONAL LAW AND NON-LEGAL SOURCES OF NORMS -- 3 The Principles of the International Legal System -- 3.1 THE PROHIBITION ON THE THREAT OR USE OF FORCE -- 3.2 THE DUTY TO SETTLE DISPUTES PEACEFULLY -- 3.3 THE DUTY OF NON-INTERVENTION -- 3.4 THE DUTY TO CO-OPERATE
  • 3.5 THE PRINCIPLE OF EQUAL RIGHTS AND SELF-DETERMINATION OF PEOPLES -- 3.6 THE PRINCIPLE OF SOVEREIGN EQUALITY OF STATES -- 3.7 THE PRINCIPLE OF GOOD FAITH -- 3.8 THE NATURE OF THE DECLARATION ON PRINCIPLES OF INTERNATIONAL LAW -- 3.9 STATE RESPONSIBILITY -- 3.10 IMPLEMENTING STATE RESPONSIBILITY -- 3.11 PERSONALITY AND THE SCOPE OF APPLICATION OF INTERNATIONAL LAW -- 3.12 INTERNATIONAL LAW IN DOMESTIC COURTS -- 3.13 INTERNATIONAL LAW IN INTERNATIONAL TRIBUNALS -- 3.14 DIPLOMATIC PROTECTION OF NATIONALS -- 3.15 INTERNATIONAL LAW OUTSIDE TRIBUNALS -- 4 States -- 4.1 INTRODUCTION: TERRITORIES, BORDERS, AND STATES -- 4.2 STATE TERRITORY -- 4.3 INTERTEMPORAL LAW AND THE MODES OF ACQUIRING TERRITORY -- 4.4 PRESCRIPTION -- 4.5 OCCUPIED TERRITORIES, DECOLONIZATION, AND UTI POSSIDETIS -- 4.6 GOVERNING WITHOUT SOVEREIGNTY -- 4.7 BORDERS AND FRONTIERS -- 4.8 THE STATE -- 4.9 THE POPULATION -- 4.10 NATIONALITY -- 4.11 STATELESSNESS -- 4.12 THE TERRITORY -- 4.13 THE GOVERNMENT -- 4.14 INDEPENDENCE: THE CAPACITY TO ENTER INTO RELATIONS WITH THE OTHER STATES20 -- 4.15 LEGITIMACY -- 4.16 RECOGNITION: WHERE PRINCIPLE AND EXPEDIENCY MEET -- 4.17 RECOGNITION AND STATEHOOD IN DOMESTIC LAW -- 4.18 STATE SUCCESSION -- 5 Inside the State -- 5.1 STATE JURISDICTION -- 5.2 JURISDICTION OVER TERRITORY -- 5.3 MARITIME JURISDICTION -- 5.4 JURISDICTION OVER NATIONALS -- 5.5 PROTECTIVE JURISDICTION -- 5.6 UNIVERSAL JURISDICTION -- 5.7 OTHER EXTRA-TERRITORIAL EXTENSIONS OF JURISDICTION -- 5.8 TREATY-BASED JURISDICTION -- 5.9 COMPETING AND CONFLICTING JURISDICTION -- 5.10 EXTRADITION AND LEGAL CO-OPERATION -- 5.11 RESOLVING JURISDICTIONAL CONFLICTS -- 5.12 ENFORCING JURISDICTION -- 5.13 IMMUNITIES -- 5.14 OTHER LIMITATIONS ON THE EXERCISE OF A STATE'S JURISDICTION -- 6 The Global Economy -- 6.1 INTRODUCTION
  • 6.2 THE CREATION OF THE BRETTON WOODS SYSTEM, THE GATT, AND THE HAVANA CONFERENCE -- 6.3 THE WORLD BANK -- 6.4 THE IDA AND THE IFC -- 6.5 FOREIGN INVESTMENTS, THE ICSID, AND MIGA -- 6.6 THE IMF AND THE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY SYSTEM -- 6.7 THE INTERNATIONAL TRADING SYSTEM -- 6.8 THE GATT AND THE WTO -- 6.9 COMMODITY AND ENERGY AGREEMENTS -- 6.10 REGIONAL ECONOMIC ARRANGEMENTS -- 6.11 FINAL OBSERVATIONS -- 7 The Global Environment -- 7.1 THE ENVIRONMENT AND THE LIMITATIONS OF LAW -- 7.2 ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES -- 7.3 TRANSBOUNDARY HARM -- 7.4 TRUSTEESHIP AND THE COMMUNITY RESOURCES APPROACH -- 7.5 CHANGING ATTITUDES TO THE ENVIRONMENT -- 7.6 THE STOCKHOLM DECLARATION 1972 -- 7.7 UNCED, THE RIO DECLARATION, AND AGENDA 21, 1992 -- 7.8 TECHNIQUES -- 7.8.1 PROHIBITIONS -- 7.8.2 SETTING TARGETS -- 7.8.3 INFORMATION AND INFORMED CONSENT -- 7.8.4 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT -- 7.8.5 LICENSING -- 7.8.6 MONITORING AND REPORTING -- 7.8.7 SAFE PROCEDURES AND CLEANING UP -- 7.8.8 LIABILITY -- 7.9 THE BROADER VIEW -- 8 The Use of Force -- 8.1 INTRODUCTION -- 8.2 THE USE OF FORCE IN INTERNATIONAL LAW -- 8.3 THE CHARTER SYSTEM -- 8.4 USES OF FORCE AUTHORIZED BY THE UNITED NATIONS -- 8.5 SELF-DEFENCE -- 8.6 HUMANITARIAN INTERVENTION -- 8.7 THE LAW OF ARMED CONFLICT -- 8.8 WAR AND CRIME -- 9 Postscript -- Index -- Notes
Control code
UMKCLawddaEBC1590996
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (449 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780191509070
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
UMKC Law: DDA record.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC1590996
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL1590996
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10823068
  • (OCoLC)867050425
Label
International Law :
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Contents -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Preface -- Abbreviations -- Table of Cases -- Table of International Conventions and Treaties -- 1 Introduction and Overview: The Ambit of International Law -- 1.1 AIM OF THE BOOK -- 1.2 THE SCOPE AND NATURE OF INTERNATIONAL LAW -- 1.3 THE CHANGING SCOPE OF INTERNATIONAL LAW -- 1.4 THE EMERGENCE OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS -- 1.5 THE EMERGENCE OF NEW INTERNATIONAL ACTORS -- 1.6 WHY DO PEOPLE COMPLY WITH INTERNATIONAL LAW? -- 1.7 WHY SHOULD PEOPLE COMPLY WITH INTERNATIONAL LAW? -- 1.8 HOW INTERNATIONAL LAW IS INVOKED AND APPLIED -- 1.9 THE DOMESTIC ANALOGY -- 2 How International Law is Made -- 2.1 CUSTOMARY INTERNATIONAL LAW -- 2.1.1 THE COMPONENT ELEMENTS OF CUSTOMARY INTERNATIONAL LAW -- OPINIO JURIS : ACCEPTANCE OF A PRACTICE AS LAW -- 2.1.3 THE TIME ELEMENT -- 2.1.4 WHAT COUNTS AS STATE PRACTICE -- 2.1.5 COLLECTIONS OF STATE PRACTICE -- 2.1.6 HOW RULES ARE DISCERNED -- 2.1.7 SOME ASPECTS OF OPINIO JURIS -- 2.1.8 LOCAL AND REGIONAL CUSTOM -- 2.1.9 PERSISTENT OBJECTION -- 2.1.10 JUS COGENS -- 2.1.11 INSTITUTIONS -- 2.1.12 HOW CUSTOMARY LAW CHANGES -- 2.2 TREATIES -- 2.2.1 MAKING TREATIES -- 2.2.2 RESERVATIONS TO TREATIES -- 2.2.3 TREATY INTERPRETATION -- 2.2.4 INVALID TREATIES -- 2.2.5 RELEASE FROM TREATY OBLIGATIONS -- 2.2.6 AMENDING TREATIES -- 2.2.7 TREATIES AND CUSTOMARY INTERNATIONAL LAW -- 2.2.8 TREATY COLLECTIONS -- 2.3 OTHER SOURCES OF LAW -- 2.3.1 GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF LAW -- 2.3.2 UNILATERAL ACTS OF STATES -- 2.3.3 THE ROLE OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS IN LAW-MAKING -- 2.3.4 INTERNATIONAL LAW AND NON-LEGAL SOURCES OF NORMS -- 3 The Principles of the International Legal System -- 3.1 THE PROHIBITION ON THE THREAT OR USE OF FORCE -- 3.2 THE DUTY TO SETTLE DISPUTES PEACEFULLY -- 3.3 THE DUTY OF NON-INTERVENTION -- 3.4 THE DUTY TO CO-OPERATE
  • 3.5 THE PRINCIPLE OF EQUAL RIGHTS AND SELF-DETERMINATION OF PEOPLES -- 3.6 THE PRINCIPLE OF SOVEREIGN EQUALITY OF STATES -- 3.7 THE PRINCIPLE OF GOOD FAITH -- 3.8 THE NATURE OF THE DECLARATION ON PRINCIPLES OF INTERNATIONAL LAW -- 3.9 STATE RESPONSIBILITY -- 3.10 IMPLEMENTING STATE RESPONSIBILITY -- 3.11 PERSONALITY AND THE SCOPE OF APPLICATION OF INTERNATIONAL LAW -- 3.12 INTERNATIONAL LAW IN DOMESTIC COURTS -- 3.13 INTERNATIONAL LAW IN INTERNATIONAL TRIBUNALS -- 3.14 DIPLOMATIC PROTECTION OF NATIONALS -- 3.15 INTERNATIONAL LAW OUTSIDE TRIBUNALS -- 4 States -- 4.1 INTRODUCTION: TERRITORIES, BORDERS, AND STATES -- 4.2 STATE TERRITORY -- 4.3 INTERTEMPORAL LAW AND THE MODES OF ACQUIRING TERRITORY -- 4.4 PRESCRIPTION -- 4.5 OCCUPIED TERRITORIES, DECOLONIZATION, AND UTI POSSIDETIS -- 4.6 GOVERNING WITHOUT SOVEREIGNTY -- 4.7 BORDERS AND FRONTIERS -- 4.8 THE STATE -- 4.9 THE POPULATION -- 4.10 NATIONALITY -- 4.11 STATELESSNESS -- 4.12 THE TERRITORY -- 4.13 THE GOVERNMENT -- 4.14 INDEPENDENCE: THE CAPACITY TO ENTER INTO RELATIONS WITH THE OTHER STATES20 -- 4.15 LEGITIMACY -- 4.16 RECOGNITION: WHERE PRINCIPLE AND EXPEDIENCY MEET -- 4.17 RECOGNITION AND STATEHOOD IN DOMESTIC LAW -- 4.18 STATE SUCCESSION -- 5 Inside the State -- 5.1 STATE JURISDICTION -- 5.2 JURISDICTION OVER TERRITORY -- 5.3 MARITIME JURISDICTION -- 5.4 JURISDICTION OVER NATIONALS -- 5.5 PROTECTIVE JURISDICTION -- 5.6 UNIVERSAL JURISDICTION -- 5.7 OTHER EXTRA-TERRITORIAL EXTENSIONS OF JURISDICTION -- 5.8 TREATY-BASED JURISDICTION -- 5.9 COMPETING AND CONFLICTING JURISDICTION -- 5.10 EXTRADITION AND LEGAL CO-OPERATION -- 5.11 RESOLVING JURISDICTIONAL CONFLICTS -- 5.12 ENFORCING JURISDICTION -- 5.13 IMMUNITIES -- 5.14 OTHER LIMITATIONS ON THE EXERCISE OF A STATE'S JURISDICTION -- 6 The Global Economy -- 6.1 INTRODUCTION
  • 6.2 THE CREATION OF THE BRETTON WOODS SYSTEM, THE GATT, AND THE HAVANA CONFERENCE -- 6.3 THE WORLD BANK -- 6.4 THE IDA AND THE IFC -- 6.5 FOREIGN INVESTMENTS, THE ICSID, AND MIGA -- 6.6 THE IMF AND THE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY SYSTEM -- 6.7 THE INTERNATIONAL TRADING SYSTEM -- 6.8 THE GATT AND THE WTO -- 6.9 COMMODITY AND ENERGY AGREEMENTS -- 6.10 REGIONAL ECONOMIC ARRANGEMENTS -- 6.11 FINAL OBSERVATIONS -- 7 The Global Environment -- 7.1 THE ENVIRONMENT AND THE LIMITATIONS OF LAW -- 7.2 ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES -- 7.3 TRANSBOUNDARY HARM -- 7.4 TRUSTEESHIP AND THE COMMUNITY RESOURCES APPROACH -- 7.5 CHANGING ATTITUDES TO THE ENVIRONMENT -- 7.6 THE STOCKHOLM DECLARATION 1972 -- 7.7 UNCED, THE RIO DECLARATION, AND AGENDA 21, 1992 -- 7.8 TECHNIQUES -- 7.8.1 PROHIBITIONS -- 7.8.2 SETTING TARGETS -- 7.8.3 INFORMATION AND INFORMED CONSENT -- 7.8.4 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT -- 7.8.5 LICENSING -- 7.8.6 MONITORING AND REPORTING -- 7.8.7 SAFE PROCEDURES AND CLEANING UP -- 7.8.8 LIABILITY -- 7.9 THE BROADER VIEW -- 8 The Use of Force -- 8.1 INTRODUCTION -- 8.2 THE USE OF FORCE IN INTERNATIONAL LAW -- 8.3 THE CHARTER SYSTEM -- 8.4 USES OF FORCE AUTHORIZED BY THE UNITED NATIONS -- 8.5 SELF-DEFENCE -- 8.6 HUMANITARIAN INTERVENTION -- 8.7 THE LAW OF ARMED CONFLICT -- 8.8 WAR AND CRIME -- 9 Postscript -- Index -- Notes
Control code
UMKCLawddaEBC1590996
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (449 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780191509070
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
UMKC Law: DDA record.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC1590996
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL1590996
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10823068
  • (OCoLC)867050425

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