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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of contents The sources of international law -- The relations of international and national law -- Subjects of international law -- Creation and incidence of statehood -- Recognition of states and governments -- International Organizations -- Forms of governmental authority over territory -- Acquisition and transfer of territorial sovereignty -- Status of territory : further problems -- The territorial sea and other maritime zones -- Maritime delimitation and associated questions -- Maritime transit and the regime of the high seas -- Common spaces and the co-operation in the use of natural resources -- Legal aspects of the protection of the environment -- The law of treaties -- Diplomatic and consular relations -- Unilateral acts; estoppel : Succession to rights and duties -- Sovereignty and equality of states -- Jurisdictional competence -- Privileges and immunities of foreign states -- The relations of nationality -- Nationality of corporations and assets -- The conditions for international responsibility -- Consequences of an internationally wrongful act -- Multilateral public order and issues of responsibility -- The international minimum standard : persons and property -- International human rights -- International criminal justice -- The claims process -- Third-party settlement of international disputes -- The use of threat of force by states.
Brownlie's Principles of Public International Law has been the definitive guide to international law for over 40 years. This eighth edition, updated by James Crawford, builds on the reputation of its predecesors, providing outstanding, lucid and up-to-date treatment of all of the main issues in international law today.