Oxford public international law monographs.
1 online resource (xxvii, 274 pages)
This text offers an original and scholarly introduction to a number of key topics which lie at the heart of modern international law. Based upon the author's highly acclaimed Hague Academy lectures, the book introduces the student to a series of pressing problems which help reveal the complex relationship between legal norms and policy objectives which define contemporary international law.
Originally published: 1994. Includes index.
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