International Law

International Law


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  2. Alvermann, Carolin & Doswald-beck, Louise & Henckaerts, Jean-Marie, “Customary International and Humanitarian Law”, Cambridge University Press, 2005
  3. Armatta, Judith, “Twinlight of Impunity: The War Crimes Trial of Slobodan Milosevic”, Duke University Press, 2010
  4. Aust, Anthony, “Handbook of International Law”, Cambridge University Press, 2010
  5. Aust, Anthony, “Modern Treaty Law and Practice”, Cambridge University Press, 2000
  6. Bartelson, Jens, “The Concept of Sovereignty Revisited”, The European Journal of International Law, vol.17, no.2 (2006), pp.461-474
  7. Brownlie, Ian Q. C., “Principles of Public International Law”, Oxford University Press, 2008
  8. Charlesworth, Hilary & Chinkin, Christine, “The Gender of Jus Cogens”, Human Rights Quarterly, no.15 (1993), pp.63-76
  9. Churchill, Robin R. & Lowe, Alan V., “The Law of the Sea”, Manchester University Press, 1983
  10. Conlon, Donald E. & Ross, William H., “Hybrid Forms of Third-Party Dispute Resolution: Theoretical Implications of Combining Mediation and Arbitration”, The Academy of Management Review, vol.25, no.2 (April 2000), pp.416-427
  11. Dari-mattiacci, Giuseppe, “Arbitration versus Settlement”, Revue Economique, vol.58, no.6, Economie des Systemes Juridiques (November 2007), pp.1291-1307
  12. Delupis, Ingrid D., “The Law of War”, Cambridge University Press, 2000
  13. Dickson, Brice, “Law, Diplomacy and Conflict: State Crises and the Role of the European Convention on Human Rights”, 7 December 2007
  14. Dinstein, Yoram, “The Conduct of Hostilities under the Law of International Armed Conflict”, Cambridge University Press, 2004
  15. Dinstei, Yoram, “War Aggression and Self-Defence”, Cambridge University Press, 2001
  16. Evans, Malcolm D., “International Law”, Oxford University Press, 2006
  17. Evans, Malcolm D., “Blackstone’s International Law Documents”, Oxford University Press, 2007 (The book is regularly updated, hence make sure you seek the latest edition)
  18. Guzman, Andrew T., “Arbitrator Liability: Reconciling Arbitration and Mandatory Rules”, Duke Law Journal, vol.49, no.5 (March 2000), pp.1279-1334
  19. Hillier, Tim, “A Sourcebook on Public International Law”, Routledge, 1998
  20. Kissinger, Henry, “The Pitfalls of Universal Jurisdiction”, Foreign Affairs, July/August 2001
  21. Koskenniemi, Marttii, “The Wonderful Artificiality of States”, ASIL Proceedings, 1994
  22. Park, William W., “Duty and Discretion in International Arbitration”, The American Journal of International Law, vol.93, no.4 (October 1999), pp. 805-823
  23. Rodin, David, “War and Self-Defense”, Oxford University Press, 2002
  24. Schotter, Andrew, “The Effects of Precedent on Arbitration”, The Journal of Conflict Resolution, vol.22, no.4 (December 1978), pp.659-678
  25. Sinclair, Ian Mc Taggart, “The Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties”, Manchester University Press, 1973
  26. Villiger, Mark E., “Customary International Law and Treaties: A Study of their Interactions and Interrelations, with Special Consideration of the 1969 Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties”, BRILL, 1985
  27. Waibel, Michael, “Opening Pandora’s Box: Sovereign Bonds in International Arbitration”, The American Journal of International Law, vol.101, no.4 (October 2007), pp.711-759
  28. Weiss, Edith B, “Invoking State Responsibility in the Twenty-first Century”, The American Journal of International Law, vol.96, no.4 (October 2002), pp. 796-816, also available on http://www.asil.org/ajil/ilcsymp3.pdf
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