By Peter Malanczuk
First released in 1970, a contemporary advent to foreign legislations quickly verified itself because the most generally used and winning textbook in its box. It covers a number of issues from diplomatic immunity to the UN and from acceptance of presidency to struggle crimes. This new version has been thoroughly revised and up-to-date via Peter Malanczuk to take account of many contemporary advancements and contains new chapters on human rights, the surroundings and the economic climate.
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C. Wellens (eds), Diversity in Secondary Rules and the Unity of International Law, 1995. Beyerly, Public International Law. A Guide to Information Sources, ZaöRV 52 (1992), 1052–3. Wyatt/A. C. Lane, European Community Law, 2nd edn 1995; and the articles in EPIL II 81 See Chapter 6 below, 95–6. 2,000 titles in 1785, by 1967 it had reached the figure of 80,000 books. 79 The present book offers only a first introduction to fundamental elements and selected areas of international law. 2 The prevailing view in the study of international law is that it emerged in Europe in the period after the Peace of Westphalia (1648), which concluded the Thirty Years War.
II:1493–1815 (1988), Vol. III 1/2:1815–1945 (1992). Legohérel, Histoire du droit international public, 1996. Preiser, History of the Law of Nations: Ancient Times to 1648, EPIL II (1995), 716–49. 3 Grewe (1984), op. , 43. Kennedy, The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers, Economic Change and Military Conflict from 1500 to 2000, 1987. J. Barlett, The Global Conflict. The International Rivalry of the Great Powers, 1880–1990, 2nd edn 1994. Malanczuk, Region und unitarische Struktur in Großbritannien, 1984.
Mosler, International Legal Community, EPIL II (1995), 1251–5. Lachs, Thoughts on Science, Technology and World Law, AJIL 86 (1992), 673–97. 58 On the doctrine of sovereignty see Chapter 2 below, 17–18. 59 See Chapters 5, 75–90, 7, 109–17 and 8, 118–29 below. 60 See Chapter 11 below, 161–72. 61 See Chapter 17 below, 254–72. 62 See Chapter 22 below, 385–430. 63 See Chapters 19, 306–41 and 20, 342–63 below. 64 See Chapter 9 below, 130–46. 65 See Chapter 12 below, 173–97. 66 See Chapter 16 below, 242–3.
Akehurst's Modern Introduction to International Law by Peter Malanczuk