Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2008.
xxxix, 1492 pages ; 25 cm
"This ... interdisciplinary coursebook provides a diverse range of ... primary and secondary materials alongside extensive text, editorial commentary, and study questions ... Retaining the prior editions' conceptual framework, this edition has been considerably revised and restructured, tackling contemporary issues and incorporating new themes and topics including: human rights in relation to terrorism, national security, and the humanitarian laws of war; responsibility on non-state actors for human rights violations; recent changes in concepts and practice about sources and processes of international law; recent reforms of UN human rights institutions; state exceptionalism and unilaterialism; theories about international organisations and their influence on state behaviour"--Back cover.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographic references and indexes.