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International Law: Contemporary Principles and Practices - 2nd Edition
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International Law: Contemporary Principles and Practices - 2nd Edition

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Published Dec 2010 (LexisNexis)
ISBN: 9780409327038. Soft Cover.
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By Triggs. 

Authoritative and analytical discussion of the foundations and development of International Law 

"The new edition of this established work is an excellent addition to the library of textbooks on international law. Professor Triggs engages the reader in an accessible style and the text explains the relevance, and demonstrates the importance, of the subject at every opportunity." - Professor Dan Sarooshi, Professor of Public International Law, University of Oxford 

The second edition of this authoritative and analytical work provides a clear and balanced account of the traditional framework and emerging rules of custom and treaty law. The inclusion and discussion of a range of primary sources provides an understanding of the foundations and practical implementation of international law as an integrated regime. 

In addition to a comprehensive coverage of essential areas such as sources, treaties, jurisdiction, personality, territory, law of the sea, state responsibility and sovereign immunity, more specialised topics are included, such as international environmental law, human rights and the rules of the World Trade Organization. Summaries and extracts from major treaties and leading decisions of important tribunals as well as the practices of states and global organisations support a deeper understanding of each topic. 

Fully revised and updated, the text reflects recent developments affecting the principles and practices in contemporary international law. Chapter order is restructured, accommodating increased focus on international criminal law and human rights. 

Table of Contents 

1. History and theory of International Law 

2. Sources and Methodology of International Law 

3. The Law of Treaties 

4. The Relationship between International and National Law 

5. Personality and Recognition 

6. Rights in Relation to Territory 

7. Law of the Sea 

8. State Jurisdiction and Immunities 

9. State Responsibility for Internationally Wrongful Acts 

10. The Use of Force and the UN Charter Regime for Collective Security 

11. Dispute Resolution by International Tribunals 

12. World Trade Organization 

13. International Environmental Law 

14. Human Rights 

15. International criminal law 

Appendices

About the Author

Gillian Triggs is the Challis Professor of International Law at the University of Sydney and a Barrister with Seven Wentworth Chambers, NSW. She is the Dean of the Faculty of Law having been the Director of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law in London from 2005 - 2007. She was a Professor in Law at the University of Melbourne since 1996, having graduated in law in 1968 and gaining a PhD in 1982.

Professor Triggs has published papers and books on the World Trade Organisation, Energy and Resources Law, Law of the Sea, Territorial Sovereignty, Jurisdiction and Immunity, International Criminal Law, International Environmental Law and Human Rights. She has been the Joint General Editor of the International and Comparative Law Quarterly and is a member of the editorial boards of the Melbourne Journal of International Law, the International Journal of Energy & Natural Resources Law and the Law and Development Review. Her most recent publications are International Law: Contemporary Principles and Practices (2nd edition, 2011) and (with Emeritus Professor Victor Prescott) International Territorial Boundaries: Law and Politics.

Professor Triggs has maintained a commercial practice as a Consultant in International Law to Mallesons Stephen Jaques and has advised governments in the Asia Pacific region on questions relating to continental shelf rights and jurisdiction. She has also directed projects for the Asian Development Bank on legal capacity building in Vietnam, Mongolia and Indonesia and was the Australian Representative on the Council of Jurists for the Asia Pacific Forum for National Human Rights Institutions.

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