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Here in one place are all the significant documentary sources of international law. Arranged according to the categories in which international law has developed, the instruments are drawn from the declarations, resolutions, statutes and conventions of organizations both global and regional, as well as from multilateral treaties.
The categorical divisions and subdivisions make it easy for a student, lawyer or paralegal to find all the international law instruments that might affect a particular case or problem. Within subdivisions, documents are ordered geographically and chronologically, and dependent instruments appear together with their parent instruments.
International Law and World Order is the only collection of its kind available anywhere. Easy to use and wide ranging, its looseleaf format and regular supplementation make it easy to update. The set is particularly valuable - and economical - for law libraries, as providing access to the important materials it contains by other means would involve the purchase of dozens, perhaps hundreds, of hard-to-find, expensive volumes, and then remaining alert for updating.
International Law and World Order and its automatic regular supplementation provide everything necessary to research international law documentary sources, including new and newly amended instruments.