Quick Reference Card: International Law
This Quick Reference Card offers a concise summary of international law consisting of the most important principles, legislation and cases.
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Quick Reference Card - International Law, written by Alison Pert clearly summarizes International Law by using the most important principles, legislation and cases. This Quick Reference Card makes an ideal study aid both for classroom and exam use and is an excellent quick-reference tool for practitioners working in the area of international law. This card covers: sources of international law; relationship between international law and municipal law; international legal personality, statehood and recognition; acquisition of territory, the law of treaties; jurisdiction; immunity from jurisdiction; state immunity; diplomatic immunity; state responsibility; use of force and peaceful settlements of international disputes.
Concise summary of the most important principles of International Law Overview of important legislation and cases Bold headings and colour coded boxes structure the subject