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Sources of International Law

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ISBN13: 9781840140972
ISBN: 1840140976
Published: December 2000
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing Ltd
Format: Hardback
Price: £215.00



This text is part of a series which aims to bring together the most significant published journal articles in international law as determined by the editors of each volume in the series.;The proliferation of law, specialist journals, the increase in international materials and the use of the Internet has meant that it is increasingly difficult for students and legal scholars to have access to all the relevant articles. Many valuable older articles are unable to be obtained readily. In addition, each volume contains an informative introduction which provides an overview of the subject matter and justification of why the articles were collected.;This volume includes articles on the sources of international law, relative normativity in international law, human rights as norms of customary international law and universal international law.

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Contents:
Part 1 Sources theory: towards a theory of international obligation, Oscar Schachter; what is international law and how do we tell it when we see it?, Robert Jennings; some problems regarding the formal sources of international law, Gerald Fitzmaurice; the sources of international law, David Kennedy.
Part 2 Relative normativity: towards relative normativity in international law, Prosper Weil; relative normativity in international law, Ulrich Fastenrath; the redundancy of soft law, Jan Klabbers; in defense of relative normativity, John Tasioulas.
Part 3 Customary law: custom as a source of international law, Michael Akehurst; human rights as norms of customary international law, Anthony D'Amato; universal international law, Jonathan Charney; the approach of a different drummer - the principle of the persistent objector in international law, Ted Stein.