por Klabbers, JanDeclaración de edición:2a.Ed. Publicado por : Cambridge University Press edición 2 (Cambridge, Reino Unido) Detalles físicos: xxix, 370 páginas 25 cm ISBN:9781316506608 (2a Ed.).
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|341.01 I612 International law||341.01 I612 International law||341.01 K35 Principios de derecho internacional público||341.01 K631i International law||341.01 K811t Theory of International Law||341.01 K899 Rules, norms, and decisions on the conditions of practical and legal reasoning in international relations and domestic affairs||341.01 L419h Ahandbook of public international law|
The Structure of International Law : The setting of international law. - The making of international law. - The law of treaties. - The subjects of international law. - Jurisdiction, powers and immunities. - The individual in international law, including human rights. - The law of responsibility. - International courts and tribunals. - Sanctions, countermeasures and collective security -- The Substance of International Law : Use of forcé. - The law of armed conflicto. - International criminal law. - The seas, the air and outer space. - Protecting the environment. - The global economy -- The Surroundings of International Law : Domestic courts and their relationship with international law. - The politics and ethics of international law and global governance.
Written by one of the world's leading international lawyers, this is the new and updated edition of Jan Klabber's landmark textbook. International law can be defined as 'the rules governing the legal relationship between nations and states', but in reality it is much more complex, with political, diplomatic and socio-economic factors shaping the law and its application. This refreshingly clear, concise textbook encourages students to view international law as a dynamic system of organizing the world. Bringing international law back to its first principles, the book is organised around four questions: where does it come from? To whom does it apply? How does it resolve conflict? And what does it say? Building on these questions with both academic rigour and clarity of expression, Professor Klabbers breathes life and energy into the subject. Footnotes point students to the wider academic debate while chapter introductions and final remarks reinforce learning. The second edition has been updated throughout, with particular attention to recent judicial decisions, and features new sections on sovereign debt relief, the prompt release of vessels, and the Antarctic.