Queen Mary studies in international law ; 38. International Law E-Books Online, Collection 2019, ISBN ; 9789004390843.
Fundamentals of Public International Law , by Giovanni Distefano, provides an overview of public international law's main principles and fundamental institutions. By introducing the foundations of the legal reasoning underlying public international law, the extensive volume offers essential tools for any international lawyer, regardless of the specific field of specialization. Dealing expansively with subjects, sources and guarantees of international law, university students, scholars and practitioners alike will benefit from the book's treatment of what has been called the "Institutes" of public international law.
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Front Matter Copyright Page Dedication Preface Abbreviations Table of Cases Prolegomena: The Structure and Characteristics of the International Legal Order Subjects of International Law Legal Personality The Sovereign State as the Primary and Original Subject of pil The System of Sources of pil Preliminary Remarks: The Ingredients of the Normative System Article 38 of the icj Statute: The Substantive Constitution of the International Legal Order in Respect of Sources Customary International Law and Its Codification International Treaty Forgotten, Minor and Hidden Sources Non-coercive Guarantees State Responsibility for Internationally Wrongful Acts Peaceful Settlement of International Disputes Back Matter Subject Index.
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Print version: Fundamentals of Public International Law: A Sketch of the International Legal Order Leiden, Boston : Brill | Nijhoff, ,