Titel: Akehurst's Modern Introduction to International Law
Autor/en: Alexander Orakhelashvili
2 Tables, black and white.
Taylor & Francis Ltd.
1. Dezember 2018 - kartoniert - XXXIX
Akehurst's Modern Introduction to International Law continues to offer a concise and accessible overview of the concepts, themes and issues central to international law. This fully updated 8th edition encompasses the plethora of recent developments and updates in the field, and includes new dedicated chapters on international human rights, selfdetermination and international economic relations, an extended history and theory section reflecting the evolution of new and critical approaches in the field and a greater focus on terrorism and international criminal law.
3. Sources of International Law
4. International Law and Municipal Law
5. Creation and Recognition of States
6. Legal Personality of Non-State Entities
8. Law of the Sea
9. Air Space and Outer Space
10. State Jurisdiction
12. Law of Treaties
13. State Responsibility
14. State Succession
15. Protected Persons and Entities: Nationality and Individual Rights
16. Protected Persons and Entities: Human Rights, Group Rights and Self-Determination
17. Protection of the Environment
18. International Economic Relations
19. International Criminal Justice
20. Use of Force
21. Laws Applicable to War and Armed Conflict
22. United Nations and Peace and Security
23. Settlement of Disputes
Peter Malanczuk is Director of the Institute of Globalisation, International Economic Law, and Dispute Settlement (GLODIS) at Erasmus University, Rotterdam. He is listed in The European Legal 500 and Marquis Who's Who in the World 2001.
Orakhelashvili has done a tremendous job in updating a seminal textbook on international law. Clear, concise and comprehensive yet accessible, Akehurst's Modern Introduction to International Law continues to be of great appeal both to newcomers to the field of international law and those well versed in the subject.
Christian Henderson, Professor of International Law, University of Sussex, United Kingdom
First published in 1970, Akehurst is a classic textbook that has introduced generations of students to the study ofinternational law. In this new edition, Orakhelashvili brings it fully up to date while preserving its distinctly clear and insightful treatment of both doctrinal and theoretical questions. An essential companion for every serious student of international law.
Umut Özsu, Assistant Professor, Carleton University, Canada
For half a century Akehurst has stood out among introductions to international law for its readability and comprehensiveness, and its insightful analysis. Few scholars are better placed than Alexander Orakhelashvili to bring this classic text right up to date, and the resulting work will be an essential reference point for everyone in the field.
Professor Philip Alston, John Norton Pomeroy Professor of Law, New York University, United States
For many years, Akehurst's textbook was the standard for law and politics students studying public international law. This new edition, ably updated by Alexander Orakhelashvili, includes key advances in international law, for example, the Kosovo Decision and the evolving law on the right to self-determination, the explosion in international criminal tribunals, the growth of international environmental law and the increased relevance of arbitral tribunals. All of which is to be much applauded.
Dr. Kevin W. Gray, Adjunct Professor, Humber College, Canada