The fifth edition of International Law reflects the breadth and diversity of contemporary public international law. It brings together an outstanding collection of writings from the leading scholars in the field. These authoritative and stimulating contributions present the essential elements of the international legal system in a clear and accessible style, addressing key questions and challenging many of the underlying assumptions upon which the system is founded.
• New chapter on International Refugee and Migration Law by Geoff Gilbert and Anna Magdalena Rtisch
• Newly authored chapters on The Theory and Reality of the Sources of International Law and International Law and Restraints on the Exercise ofJurisdietion by National Courts of States
• Key new material and cases now covered include recent Arbitral Decisions and ICJ, ICC, ECHR, and domestic court judgments (see page xxvii for more details)
International Law is an invaluable resource for students at an levels following courses in law, politics, or international relations as part of their degree programme, whilst also providing a key source of reference for practitioners and academics.
This book is supported by online resources, which feature further perspectives on international law through the personal views and recollections of six eminent international law practitioners.
Sir Malcolm D. Evans OBE is Professor of Public International Law at the University of Bristol.
Contributing to this book : Ademola Abass • Dapo Akande Alan Boyle • Matthew Craven James Crawford • Robert Cryer Eileen Denza • Malcolm Evans Malgosia Fitzmaurice • Geoff Gilbert Christine Gray • Martti Koskenniemi • Robert McCorquodale • John Merrills Stephen Neff • Phoebe Okowa • Simon Olleson • Rose Parfitt • Catherine Redgwell • Anthea Roberts Nigel Rodley • Anna Magdalena Rüsch • Iain Scobbie • Sandesh Sivakumaran • Christopher Staker • Surya Subedi Hugh Thirlway • David Turns • Philippa Webb • Nigel White • Chanaka Wickremasinghe • Spencer Zifcak.