International Law Frameworks

ISBN-10: 1587780259

ISBN-13: 9781587780257

Edition: 2001

Authors: David J. Bederman

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Professor David J. Bederman's new text offers a concise and analytic guide to the intricacies of international law, as understood and appreciated by a leading authority. Incisive and irreverent, International Law Frameworks provides a broad overview of all important aspects of the subject, as well as in-depth consideration of the key cases, crucial treaties and essential documents. In addition to considering traditional topics (including sources of international law, the role of States, and the management of international conflict), the book focuses particularly on newly-emerging issue areas (such as human rights, the international environment and economy), as well as the application of international law rules in the U.S. Well-written and accessible to all readers, this volume should be indispensable to students, practitioners and researchers. Book jacket.
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Book details

List price: $30.00
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: West Academic
Publication date: 10/1/2000
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 284
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.990
Language: English

David J. Bederman is Professor of Law at Emory University.

Sources and Methods of International Law
Nature and History of International Law
A Thematic History
Dispelling Some Myths
General Principles and Customary International Law
General Principles
Customary International Law
Treaty Nomenclature
The Relationship Between Treaties and Custom
The Process of Treaty-Making
Treaty Application and Interpretation
Treaty Amendment, Invalidity and Termination
Other Sources and Evidences
Equity, Humanity and Other Values
U.N. Resolutions, Judicial Decisions and Publicists
An Integrated View of Sources and Methods
Subjects and Objects of International Law
States: Identity, Recognition and Succession
State Identity, Sovereignty and Legitimacy
Recognition of States and Governments
State Succession
International Organizations
Individuals in International Law
Duties of Persons Under International Law
Rights of Individuals
State Responsibility and Diplomatic Protection
General Considerations and Problems
Substantive Conditions and Procedural Aspects
Expropriations and Contract Breaches
Human Rights
Substantive Aspects of Human Rights Law
Enforcement of Human Rights Norms
State Territory and Common Areas
International Common Spaces
Law of the Sea
Ocean Resources and Law
Maritime Zones
Maritime Delimitation
International Environmental Law
Guiding Principles
Approaches to International Environmental Protection
International Economic Law
International Law and U.S. Law
International Law and Domestic Law
Domestic Law in International Law
International Law in Domestic Law
International Agreements in U.S. Law
The Treaty Power
Treaties as the Law of the Land
Executive Agreements
Analyzing a Jurisdictional Problem
Bases of Jurisdiction
Extradition and Mutual Assistance
Jurisdictional Immunities
Foreign Sovereign Immunities
The Act of State Doctrine
Diplomatic, Consular and Organizational Immunity
War and Peace
Control of Armed Conflict
Limiting War Before the U.N. Charter
The Law of the U.N. Charter
Collective Security, Peacekeeping and Enforcement
Laws of War
Peaceful Settlement of Disputes
Negotiation, Conciliation and Arbitration
The World Court
The Future of International Adjudication
Select Biliography
Table of Cases and Arbitrations
Table of Treaties and other Documents
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