The nature and history of international law South Africa and international law : a historical introduction Sources of international law The place of international law in South African municipal law States (including recognition and non-recognition) Recognition of governments Recognition in municipal law Territory Jurisdiction and international crimes International criminal courts, the International Criminal Court and South Africa's implementation of the Rome Statute Extradition Immunity from jurisdiction State responsibility, diplomatic protection and the treatment of aliens Responsibility of international organizations Human rights Refugees Law of the sea Air and space law International environmental law Treaties International economic relations International adjudication The United Nations and the maintenance of international peace The use of force by states Humanitarian law The African Union.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Revision of: Dugard, John, 1936- International law : a South African perspective. 4th ed. Cape Town : Juta,