Permeating all facets of public international law, the modern law of treaties is a fundamental aspect of governance in the 'democratized' world. In this contemporary introduction, Robert Kolb provides a refreshing study that is both legally analytical and practical. Written in a highly readable style, the book explores the key topics through concise chapters, which are organized into two parts. The first of these gives a structured overview of the law of treaties along with practical examples. The second provides a critical engagement with the underlying issues and discusses the multi-dimensional problems raised by legal regulations, explored through specific case studies. The Law of Treaties: An Introduction will provide valuable insights to scholars and practitioners in the areas of international law, international affairs and international relations. Its clear structure and concise style mean it will also be highly accessible to students.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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1. Introduction: Treaties in international relations 2. Concept 3. Conclusion 4. Reservations 5. Validity 6. Third states 7. Interpretation 8. Implementation 9. Conflict 10. Modification 11. Termination 12. Treaties and customary international law.
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