Introduction to Public International Law, 3. Aufl.

Autor/Hrsg.

Egli, Patricia

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978-3-03891-670-3

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In a time when global challenges can only be effectively coped with international cooperation, the study of international law as a framework for such cooperation is essential. This book addresses some key questions of public international law. What are its sources? To what entities does it apply and finally, what does the law actually say? Regarding the last question, this introduction provides an overview of international human rights law, international humanitarian law, international criminal law, international economic law, and international environmental law.

Presenting a succinct and updated account of international law, the third edition of this book will be the ideal introduction for the interested English-speaking student. In addition, anybody interested in the foundation of the international legal order will find the book a useful point of entry to this fascinating field of study.