This new text reflects the breadth and diversity of contemporary public international law, offering original commentaries from key authorities actively involved in the current practice and teaching of the discipline. Coverage closely follows the scope of current courses, opening with introductory contributions from representatives of institutions such as an the International Civil Service and the International Court.
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Malcolm D Evans, Professor of Public International Law, University of Bristol.Review:
`"It would be difficult to imagine a more glittering galaxy of authors than those gathered together in Malcolm Evans' new work on international law...there is enough here for even the most demanding of undergraduates. For those about to embark on higher-level specialised courses, I doubt this collection could be beaten as a point of departure.....it reflects the reality of international law as a subject rooted in politics, economics and practice. For those readers who want more for their money, and are game for some intellectual DIY, this collection should be at the top of the list." ' Martin Dixon; Times Higher Education Supplement
`"The most remarkable feature of this new textbook on International Law is the fact that not less than 32 scholars and practitioners of International Law contributed to the project, among them some of today's most renowned experts on the subject. This wide choice of contributors not only results in a refreshing mix of styles but also reflects the diversity of international law in an age of fragmentation....The structure of the book allows for a coherent presentation of contemporary international law while at the same time each chapter can be read as a "self-contained unit" (p. xxvi). By bringing together such a wide range of highly renowned authors,.. Evans has created a unique and invaluable resource for practitioners, researchers, scholars and students alike."' German Law Journal, Vol 5, No. 8
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Descrizione libro Oxford University Press, 2003. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110199251142