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Part I. The History and Theory of International Law 1. Stephen C Neff: A Short History of International Law 2. Martti Koskenniemi: What is International Law For? 3. Iain Scobbie: A View of Delft: Thinking about International LawPart II. The Structure of International Legal Obligation 4. Anthea Roberts and Sandesh Sivakumaran: The Sources of International Law 5. Alan Boyle: Soft Law in International Law-Making 6. Malgosia Fitzmaurice: The Practical Working of the Law of TreatiesPart III. The Subjects of the International Legal Order 7. Matthew Craven And Rose Parfitt: Statehood Self-Determination, and Recognition 8. Dapo Akande: International Organizations 9. Robert Mccorquodale: The Individual and the International Legal SystemPart IV. The Scope of Sovereignty 10. Christopher Staker: Jurisdiction 11. Philippa Webb: International Law and Restraints on the Exercise of Jurisdiction by National Courts of States 12. Chanaka Wickremasinghe: Immunities Enjoyed by Officials of States and International Organizations 13. Eileen Denza: The Relationship between International and National LawPart V. Responsibility 14. James Crawford and Simon Olleson: The Nature and Forms of International Responsibility 15. Phoebe Okowa: Issues of Admissibility and the Law on International Responsibility 16. Spencer Zifcak: Responsibility to ProtectPart VI. Responding to Breaches of International Obligations 17. Nigel White and Ademola Abass: Countermeasures and Sanctions 18. John Merrills: The Means of Dispute Settlement 19. Hugh Thirlway: The International Court of Justice 20. Christine Gray: The Use of Force and the International Legal OrderPart VII. The Application of International Law 21. Malcolm Evans: The Law of the Sea 22. Catherine Redgwell: International Environmental Law 23. Surya Subedi: International Investment Law 24. Robert Cryer: International Criminal Law 25. Nigel Rodley: International Human Rights Law 26. Geoff Gilbert and Anna Magdalena Rusch: International Refugee and Migration Law 27. David Turns: The Law of Armed Conflict (International Humanitarian Law)

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Malcolm Evans, Professor of Public International Law, University of Bristol


"Review from previous edition An excellent edition - very easy to read. It provides a critical, up to date, modern analysis of issues in international law." - Dr Tawhida Ahmed, The City Law School "An impressive collection of essays on the most important aspects of international law." - Prof. Dr. Helmut Philipp Aust, Freie Universitat Berlin

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