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Public international law : an Australian perspective

An authoritative account of international law from an Australian perspective. It outlines principles of international law within the political framework in which they operate, and highlights the crucial legal aspects of Australia's place in the modern world. Examples of Australian practice and policy. Blay from UTS; Tsamenyi Wollongong
Print Book, English, 2005
Oxford University Press, Melbourne, Vic., 2005
xl, 424 pages : tables ; 23 cm
9780195514223, 019551422X
The nature of international law / Sam Blay
The structure of the international legal system / Ryszard Piotrowicz
Sources of international law / Donald W. Freig
The law of treaties / Wendy Lacey
International law and domestic law / Rosalie Balkin
Peaceful settlement of disputes in international law / Stuart Kaye
Jurisdiction / Ivan Shearer
The creation and recognition of states / Robert McCorquodale
State responsibility / James Crawford
The use of force / Timothy McCormack
Human rights / Penelope Mathew
Refugees / Peter Nygh and Sam Blay
The law of the sea / Brian Opeskin and Martin Tsamenyi
International environmental law / Rosemary Rayfuse
Antarctica and international law / Donald R. Rothwell
Current trends in international legal theory / Hilary Charlesworth
Previous edition: 1998